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TCS 12 Gauge Shotgun Patch Jag
TCS 12 Gauge Patch Jag The Proof is On The Patch

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Our 12 gauge shotgun patch jag is designed specifically for cleaning 12 gauge shotgun barrels and is made with pride in the USA. These patch jags press the patch that has been treated with solvent or bore paste against the barrel and into the rifling to mechanically strip the carbon, plastic, and copper out of the bore. For faster cleaning of shotgun barrels, you can use 0000 mild steel wool or fine brass wool spread over the patch instead of a brush to loosen dirt. We used this patch with no solvent for demonstration purposes, and pushed it through the barrel once. As you can see, these Jags clean better than any other jag on the market. “The proof is on the patch”. In addition to cleaning, our jags are also used for oiling the bore for storage as well as removing oil before firing. Our shotgun jags fit all standard rods with 5/16x27 threads. In addition to this product, we suggest you purchase USP Bore Paste and Round TCS Patches for Shotguns. These patches are the perfect size for use with our jags and other patches may cause problems with tight fit. Square patches should not be used with our jags. Cleaning Jag Instructions
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  • Anodized Aluminum construction
  • Durable solvent resistant O-rings
  • Fits all standard shotgun cleaning rods

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5 of 5 the best in the world October 12, 2019
Reviewer: Bruce Davenport from Richmond, IN United States  
They weren't  kidding I ran a dry patch down the barrel and found that what I thought was clean but wasn't, after I looked at the cleaning patch after running down the barrel and the rifled choke tube I found out how much dirt and grime that was left behind trying to use a traditional cleaning jag.

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