Tactical Pink Cleaning System from Otis

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posted on January 23, 2013
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This year—for the first time—the Otis tactical cleaning system is being offered in pink, in the hopes of engaging more female shooters. Just like the original, this new cleaning system contains the brushes needed to clean .22, .270, .30, .38, .45 cal. rifles/pistols and 12/10 ga. shotguns. The patch cleans all .17-.50 cal. rifles/pistols, .410 – 12/10 ga. shotguns and all in-line muzzleloaders. The Cleaning System includes 8", 30" and 34" Memory-Flex Cables for effective and correct Breech-to-Muzzle cleaning, six firearm-specific bronze bore brushes, a lightweight soft pack case with belt loop for convenient carrying and more.

For more on the new Tactical Pink Cleaning Kit and other products from Otis, visit OtisTec.com.

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