Involvement:Expert (understands the inner workings) - Ownership:less than 1 day
- 50 centimetres long, which is more than enough for my airgun.
- It's cheap but it works, which is more than perfect for an amateur plinker. It's not a "state-of-art" piece, but it does what it promises.
- The cotton brush was a little tight, which made me push a little, while I was rolling the rod clockwise. Due this action, the screw thread tightened, making difficult to unmount at the end. I had to use two pliers for it. I advise to lube the screw threads for helping to unscrew it.
- Always turn the rod clockwise, to not unscrew it inside your barrel. If you do differently, well, I warned you... you may have headaches umtil you free your barrel.
- When the cotton brush finishes, I'll keep the rod for using it with rags, until I'll buy a new one.
In more than two years owning an airgun, this was the first time I made a barrel cleaning. It was in need. It is a pity that airguns don't come with a cleaning kit, but that's okay: DX have one for you. Mine was delivered in 25 days, ealier than expected.
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