Double-ended: large end (3 rows of bristles) and small end (1 row of bristles)
Versatile cleaning capabilities for hard-to-reach places
Bristle material: nylon
Pack of 10 brushes
These are a great item, a must for everyone's cleaning kit, never attempt to clean your AR or any weapon without one. These were always a standard item found in military cleaning kits, always glad to have it when I was cleaning my M16A1 or 1911A1 45 caliber pistol.
I got these for cleaning small crevices. Recently took over a home and the tenants never cleaned. These have been a life saver. After using these on my windows handles and locks I no longer have to replace the whole window because of all the filthy grime of cigarette and dog. I used them on my kitchen tile back drop as well, and it got out all the crap in between tiles. So happy I got these.
This is the 2nd time I'm buying these same brushes. They are Made in China,but putting that aside for cleaning both revolvers , semi autos and long guns they work well. They are cheap enough when they start wear or lose their efficiency I just toss them out and grab a new one. They work good with gun cleaning solvents. For the money they are hard to beat. I don't believe in paying extra for brand names when there isn't much if any difference.
Ok, so they aren't olive-drab...but they look, feel and work just like the old cleaning kit brushes...in fact, that's why I purchased them! Why pay such rip-off prices on a 'real NSN mil-spec brush', when these are the same...only different colors? Would definitely buy again!
Before I realized how useful this (supposedly "gun brush", patterned after the "famous rifle" kit' brush) thing is for "intended purpose", we put the rest of the kit EVERYWHERE. From use as a bottle brush to reusable containers (these pesky lid's gaskets and their channels), to ... you name it. Well, it's still a GREAT gun brush after all. Very well made. Didn't lose any whiskers yet. Definitely re-ordering!
I purchased these for gun cleaning, particularly recoil springs. They've worked well, and I've just sort of come to leave one here and there and everywhere. 10 was more than I needed, but since I have yet to find them at a local gun store, and they were inexpensive, I don't regret the purchase at all. It should work well for most firearm cleaning applications where fouling isn't easily wiped away. The different sizes of brush is a good idea gives more versatility. If you're going to seriously clean firearms often, one (or ten) of these isn't a bad idea. Recommended.
Stiffer than a toothbrush, but not as splashy. Cleaned flux off circuit boards and didn’t splash the dissolved flux like a firm toothbrush does. Less cleanup afterwards.
Definitely 5 stars. The brush is able to get into all the tight nooks it needs to get in to. Don’t let the negative reviews deter you, the seller is very clear on the description, these are nylon bristles and not metal. If you want metal ones hit the welding section of the hardware store.
Good quality/long lasting. Depending on what your using these for. I use to clean vintage razors does a great job!