Cleaning Rod Guide - Blaser R8

Cleaning Rod Guide - Blaser R8
Shooting SHED Blaser R8 cleaning rod guides.

These Shooting SHED cleaning rod guides are manufactured from polished or satin finish 6082 T6 aluminium and feature a nitrile O ring nose section to ensure a snug and safe fit in the rifle chamber and prevent the bleed back of cleaning fluid into the receiver or magazine well. The cleaning rod guide features a second larger diameter with a second O ring which locks the guide into the outer chamber at the same time to ensure a very precise fit.

The use of 6082 T6 aluminium means the guide cannot damage the rifle receiver or chamber and will not react with cleaning fluids or give false indications.

The entry section of the guide is bored oversize to prevent cleaning fluid being forced out when the patch is pushed through.

Standard (Typically 200,0mm including nose section)

Please include details of your chamber size/cartridge and model variant as a note during the checkout process. We can also supply cleaning rod guides to fit wildcat chamberings, just let us know what you need the guide for!

The guides are available either with a knurled handle or polished with concentric rings if required.

If you require your guide in a different length or modified in any way from our standard designs please do not hesitate to contact us, there may be a small additional charge however we can often make the modifications required without cost.

All Shooting SHED cleaning rod guides come with a spares kit of 3 nitrile O rings and are guaranteed for life.

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