Outers Cleaning Patches - 250 Cotton Bulk Bagged
Our time-tested cleaning patches accurately apply and spread our cleaners, degreasers, lubricants and protectants, helping these chemicals more effectively do their jobs. And after that work is done, they wipe away leftover solvent, oil, debris or other moisture to protect the bore of your favorite shotgun, rifle or handgun.
Features & Benefits of the Outers Cleaning Patches:
- Precisely measured and cut to assure complete bore coverage on specific calibers
- Both synthetic and traditional cotton offerings to meet different needs or preferences
- Maximizes absorbency to reduce overall cleaning time
- Bulk-bagged for long-term use
- Re-sealable bag for added convenience
- Available in cut-to-size caliber and gauge ranges
|105-OTS-42382||.17-.22 cal 250 CT - 7/8"x7/8" Cotton|
|105-OTS-42384||23-.28 cal - 1 1/4" x 1 1/4" Cotton|
|105-OTS-42386||.30-.50 cal - 2" x 2" Cotton
Customer Ratings & Reviews
I bought these to use on a 17 HMR
I bought these to use on a 17 HMR. They work fine as long as you use a jag. That is the only way to go, anyway. With a.22, I have found that if you use two patches (stacked over each other) and with a jag, they work very well. I would never recommend a slotted tip for these. I highly recommend a bore guide with any cleaning rod.
I prefer these over cotton because
I prefer these over cotton because it leaves behind less fibers.
These work great for my 17HMR.
These work great for my 17HMR. Fit well with jag and doesn't leave lint in the barrel, which is probably my biggest problem with standard patches. I'll be buying more in other sizes.
outers bulk patches
Some might think that something as simple as a cleaning patch would be simple and worth a review... well, I'm afraid I have to disagree.I have used at least six different cleaning batches: square cotton, square cotton from another manufacturer, round cotton, square synthetic... All of the cotton patches that I have used for .22 (.22 LR and .223 Remington) were too big. I have damaged cleaning rods trying to force the patch down the barrel. No doubt, I ended up damaging the barrel as well. I have used round, cotton patches on .30 cal rifle - they seem to work well, BUT all cotton patches that I have used leave behind threads. They often leave threads or smaller debris in the bore... not a good thing. The synthetic patches do not leave debris and are not too thick for .22's. I like the fact the GunSlick patches some in larger quantities - it is the only way to go. I do tend to like the round cleaning patches more. They seem to have more even coverage... but this is probably an insignificant factor.
I bought these Outers cleaning patches to use on a 17 HMR.
I bought these Outers cleaning patches to use on a 17 HMR. They work fine as long as you use a jag. That is the only way to go, anyway. With a .22, I have found that if you use two patches (stacked over each other), and with a jag, they work very well. I would never recommend a slotted tip for these. I highly recommend a bore guide with any cleaning rod.
I finally found real cotton patches. Really tired of buying patches that are made of synthetic materials, with no absorbing properties. A great product, thanks!