Gamo Airgun Cleaning Kit Clampack

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Walmart #: 551678468
Gamo Airgun Cleaning Kit Clampack
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The Gamo Airgun Cleaning Kit Clampack is the solution to keep the external and internal pars of your airgun in good condition. This airgun cleaning kit includes a cleaning rod and barrel brush for .177, .22 and .25 calibers, cotton pellets, cotton patches, cleaning oil and a cleaning brush.

About this item

The Gamo Airgun Cleaning Kit Clampack is the solution to keep the external and internal pars of your airgun in good condition. This airgun cleaning kit includes a cleaning rod and barrel brush for .177, .22 and .25 calibers, cotton pellets, cotton patches, cleaning oil and a cleaning brush.


Gamo Airgun Cleaning Kit Clampack:

  • The solution to keep the external and internal pars of your airgun in good condition
  • Cleaning rod and barrel brush for .177, .22 and .25 calibers
  • Cotton pellets and patches
  • Cleaning oil and a cleaning brush

Specifications

Multi Pack Indicator: No
Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
Model No.: 621246054CP
Shipping Weight (in pounds): 0.3
Product in Inches (L x W x H): 11.0 x 8.0 x 1.0
Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
Origin of Components: Imported
Walmart No.: 551678468
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7/16/2013

Customer review by Land2River

4.0 stars 7/16/2013 by Land2River
by Land2River

The kit was as ordered and works fine. but, the lid to the oil bottle was loose and half of the bottle had leaked out. Was all over the inside of the plastic container.

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Land2River
Adairville, KY
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:55 - 64
Ownership:1 week or less
Gender:Male
Usage:Once per month
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Airgun Cleaning Kit
8/30/2013

Customer review by TheAssembler

5.0 stars 8/30/2013 by TheAssembler
by TheAssembler

First of all, for new enthusiasts you would only need to clean an air rifle when and if the accuracy drops off dramatically. Air rifles are not prone to need it otherwise, unless of course you go sloshing through dirt and mud, or shoot nonstop for 2 days straight. I did find the kit very useful in fact, it has all the bells and whistles of the major competitors, it has the rods, patches and plugs and brush, and even a good cleaning oil. It doesn't have, instructions, a handy carrying case to keep it all together. A leather or faux leather case with pockets and elastic sleeves would have been super, it would have made me feel like the $20 I spent meant something. Aside from that point, I would certainly recommend it to a friend or anyone else. Recommend looking up Youtube videos on air rifle cleaning.

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TheAssembler
Oak Grove, KY.
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:35 - 44
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Male
Usage:A few times per year
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6/7/2014

Customer review by CarlWY

2.0 stars 6/7/2014 by CarlWY
by CarlWY

I did not do my homework {but I learned something there,} and paid $13.97 for it. Not a big deal, it's an air rifle, after all. The cleaning rods are not long enough for the entire barrel-length of my Ruger Blackhawk Elite. Nor is it long enough for an older Crosman Recruit multi-pump pellet/BB rifle. Fully assembled without a brush {Ruger advises NO-BRUSH-USE,} the cleaning rod is about an inch short, which could cause problems if the brush doesn't go ALL THE WAY through the barrel. No slotted cleaning tip is included, so one must assume you would PUSH a patch through. Not ideal. The only plus I see are the cleaning pellets {3 sizes, .177, .22, & .25}, {which are "shot" through the barrel to remove residue,} and the cleaning oil. Given that pellet rifles don't require a great amount of cleaning anyway, this purchase taught me: measure the barrel to ensure the rods are long enough. Once the clamshell packaging is destroyed to open it, it's pretty well un-returnable... This might work for Gamo products or air pistols, but otherwise, do your homework first. Walmart, as usual, sells a wide variety of items, but one must first be informed and not fall prey to the "impulse-buy." ..... "Yeah, this'll work!" .... mmmmmm..... Not this time.... My fault, not theirs...

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CarlWY
Wyoming
Would recommend to a friend? No
Age:65 or older
Ownership:1 week or less
Gender:Male
Usage:Once per year
very poor, don't buy
7/6/2014

Customer review by TIKI12344321

1.0 stars 7/6/2014 by TIKI12344321
by TIKI12344321

The rod is not long enough to clean a rifle. The kit comes with patches ,but NO end for the rod to use the patches in the gun. The wire brush does not fit .177 and I found out that no one recommends use of a wire brush in the barrels of pellet guns. The oil bottle was only 3/4 full. SO WHAT YOU ARE LEFT WITH IS A USELESS PILE OF JUNK, DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY. I tore up the packaging getting everything out or I would have taken it back to Wal-mart.

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Would recommend to a friend? No
Lacks a few important pieces
6/30/2014

Customer review by Occasionalbuyer2088

3.0 stars 6/30/2014 by Occasionalbuyer2088
by Occasionalbuyer2088

Bought this for cleaning my Benjamin Trail .177 pistol and rifle. Here's the problems: 1. With aluminum rods assembled you get only 17" rod length - just not long enough to go through most rifle barrels. If they'd add one more extension to the kit would be great. As stands with brush on the rod it just clears end of barrel on rifle. 2. Only has brass/bronze brushes - nylon or fiber bristle versions would be good. Or mop type. Generally don't need real harsh cleaning for air rifles. 3. Comes with patches but NO loop piece to go onto rod - best I could do was take blunt end of rod, cut a patch into four equal pieces, center the smaller patch over breech and push through. Given rod was too short I had to push out patch with brush on rod. 4. No seal on oil bottle. Just a screw on cap so best not to lay the package down or may leak out. Look at quantity of oil in bottle before buying - saw some packages good bit lower level than others. 5. I'm using the packaging to keep the kit together but would be better if came in a plastic box. 6. If you've got more than one size gun bore then makes sense to get a multiple gun kit like this but I only needed it for .177 cal so wasted some money. If GAMO made changes like describe above and sold for just one caliber would make a pretty good kit even at this price. 7. Haven't decided if the cotton cleaning pellets are worth anything for cleaning the bore - maybe to clear dust out if gun has been sitting for months. Since they don't fit real snug I fear might be like dry firing the gun and manufacturer warns against doing that with the Nitro guns. Overall, just a fair kit; but with a few changes would be great. Better than nothing.

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by BETH 2/4/2014
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  • A. For my .177 cal air rifle I ended up cutting a supplied patch into four equal pieces. Took one and using the blunt end of the rod (no brush) I centered it over the bore and pushed it through the barrel from breach end. Since rods aren't long enough I then put the brush back on and pushed the patch out. Definitely not how would like to do it; but works.
    by Occasionalbuyer20886/30/2014
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  • A. The cleaning "pellets" are literally "shot" through the barrel in place of a regular pellet, to remove any residue. Without a slotted cleaning tip, one must try to PUSH a cleaning patch through the barrel using the cleaning rod, provided the cleaning rod is long enough for your barrel. Not ideal... If the patch slips and becomes lodged in the barrel, difficult to remove.
    by CarlWY6/7/2014
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  • A. Initially, air rifles only need to be cleaned when their performance drops below standard, then and only then would you use the cleaning kit, as it is an air rifle it would really only need to be cleaned if you drop it in mud or over a long period of use and accuracy suffers as a result. That said: Start by using the wire brush attachment, and a little cleaning oil on the brush. Run the brush down and back through the barrel 5 times or more. Then apply a cleaning cloth to the tip of the brush. Apply enough oils to soak the cloth, and run through the barrel back and forth several times. The cloth will blacken. Remove the dirtied cloth, applying a new cloth and more oil, run the cloth through again until the blackening is at a minimum. Once you can run a cloth through and it comes out clean the job is done. Then you can use the bristle brush and oils to clean the breech and any other parts in need of service.
    by TheAssembler11/22/2014
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