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Pro-Shot 36" .22-.26 Cal Rifle Cleaning Rod - 1PS-36-22/26
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Pro-Shot 36" .22-.26 Cal Rifle Cleaning Rod - 1PS-36-22/26

SKU 5102
Brand ProShot
Model Number 1PS-36-22/26
UPC 709779400249
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Product Details


  • Size: .22 Cal - .26 Cal
  • Length: 36" (working length)
  • Type: Rifle Cleaning Rod
  • Material: Polished Stainless Steel
  • Thread Pitch: American #8-32


Pro-Shot Products one-piece Stainless Steel Micro Polished Pro-Shot Cleaning Rods have a mirrorlike jeweled finish that is more dense and hardened due to an added new step in their rod manufacturing process. Pro-Shot's exclusive manufacturing process of burnishing/micro polishing creates an even denser mirrorlike jeweled finish. The hardened dense jeweled mirrorlike finish does not pick up and carry abrasive grit or dirt through the bore. This makes the Pro-Shot micro-polished rod the best type of gun cleaning rod to use.


  • Micro polished precision stainless steel cleaning Pro-Shot rods are strong and are used by accuracy minded shooters worldwide.
  • Rugged precision threading for no wobble attachment of rod tip accessories.
  • Proprietary Rod handle design allows the rod to rotate in the handle, allowing the bore brush to spiral with the rifling and clean the grooves of the rifling completely.
  • American Standard #8-32 thread.
  • Includes patch holder and accessory adaptor
  • Packages in a reusable tube for safe storage


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