The electric gun-cleaning brush kit from Tipton is a pint-sized, yet powerful and versatile, cleaning tool. Four interchangeable brush tips run at 3,600 oscillations per minute, while powered by four AA batteries. The angled brush heads provide access to hard-to-reach areas, and the ergonomic handle is rubberized for a non-slip grip when saturated in oils and solvents. Price: $48. Contact: Battenfeld Technologies, Inc.; (877) 509-9160; btibrands.com.
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Follow American Rifleman staff on this “Gun Of The Week” with the Browning Firearms Citori Hunter Grade II, a field-ready, 16-gauge shotgun that sure doesn’t disappoint. In fact, this boxlock shotgun has everything you need and nothing that you don’t.
I was reading an auction catalog, and a reference was made to an American military Thompson submachine gun. It stated it was a “1928 Colt Navy overstamp, not a Savage.” The catalog made that verbiage seem important. What’s the significance of the “overstamp,” and were there other military 1928 Thompsons besides the Navy guns?
Purchase a new Trijicon REAP-IR 3 or IR-HUNTER 2 scope through one of the company’s Electro Optics retailers before February 1, and you qualify to receive a select model of a Trijicon Tenmile riflescope.