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Brigade's M4 Universal Military Rifle & Pistol Cleaning Kit

Brigade's Universal Military Rifle & Pistol Cleaning Kit


 
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Brigade's M4 Universal Field Gun Cleaning Kit is the standard military weapon cleaning kit used by all branches of the U.S. Military. The kit comes with bronze brushes for cleaning M16/M4 (5.56mm), 7.62mm NATO as well as 9mm and .45ACP combat pistols. The mild steel T-Handle Rod screws together with threaded rod sections for various lengths required for the M4/M16 AR and pistols. Handle does not swivel, which allows the chamber brush to twist for chamber cleaning. Kit components are stored in the Army LC-1 nylon pouch with Velcro closure internal compartment and snap closure cover flap. Attaches to ALICE field gear with a Slide Attaching Keeper. NSN 8465-00-781-9564, Case, Maintenance Equipment. M16A1 Rifle
Brigade Universal Military Cleaning Kit
Handle: T-type short rod,folds over
ROD: 4 Pieces Mild Steel 8 x36 thread
End Piece Tip Slotted Patch Adapter, .223 Cal 8 x36 thread
Tip Adapter: Allows use of commercial brushes 8x36 to 8 x 32
Brush: .223/5.56mm
Brush M16/M4 Chamber
Brush: 30 Cal/7.62
Brush: .45 Cal Pistol
Brush: 9mm Pistol
Bottle: Plastic, Empty 1/2oz
Patches: 20ea- 1-3/8x1-3/8"
Brush Double Ended Nylon Bristle
Pouch,Storage LC-1, Nylon w/ALICE Slide Attaching Clip

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
Good Planning July 16, 2015
Reviewer: Larry Crawford from Collegeville, PA United States  
The T-handle (if you fold it) fits perfectly into the upper rod storage section of the pouch, along with the rest of the rod sections.

The shorter brush rod is threaded on the male end with #8x36 threads to fit the cleaning rods, and the female end is threaded for #8x32 threads to allow you to fit commercial brushes.

Bottle of oil/CLP, some patches, and a double-ended toothbrush, and you're good to go, no matter what caliber weapon you tout.

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Poor planning April 5, 2014
Reviewer: Richard Gilliam from Fairdale, KY United States  
The T-rod does not fit into the pouch.

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