Monday, September 05, 2011

Otis Technologies To Sponsor Rendezvous

Otis Technologies, maker of some very fine cleaning kits, will be sponsoring the Saturday breakfast at the Gun Blogger Rendezvous. In addition, they will also be contributing one of their Elite Cleaning Kits to the Project Valour-IT Fund Raising Raffle at the Rendezvous.

Otis Elite Gun Cleaning Kit.

 Here's the full description of the Elite kit:

The most innovative gun cleaning system in the Otis line of products is the Otis Elite®.

Suitable for an armorer but used by thousands, the  Otis Elite® is designed to maintain all rifles .17 to .50 caliber,  pistols .17 to .50 caliber, shotguns .410 to 12/10 gauge, and all  in-line muzzleloaders. The Otis Elite® contains the  world famous item #750 Tactical Cleaning System, and the entire line of  bronze bore and chamber cleaning brushes from .17 caliber through 12/10  gauge.
Also included in this extensive cleaning system are  six Memory-Flex® cleaning rods, an all purpose nylon receiver brush, a  T-handle bar, three slotted tips, obstruction removers, small and large  Patch Savers®, a bore reflector/flag safety,  small caliber and all-caliber 100% cotton patches, and two .5 oz. tubes  of Otis O85® Ultra Bore® Solvent.
All of the components are neatly stored in a black  nylon, rust proof case which includes a lock and keys for additional  security. The Otis Elite® now includes the brass scraper tool set,  optics cleaning gear and an interactive instructional  DVD. With over 40 gun cleaning components, detailed gun maintenance  guide, and a lifetime warranty, the Otis Elite® is the Hallmark of  Excellence in firearm maintenance.
To say that this kit is pretty nice is like saying the Pope tends to be a bit religious!
Come to the Gun Blogger Rendezvous, buy a raffle ticket, and this Otis Elite kit could follow you home!

See you in Reno.................


Anonymous Firearms Safety Training MA said...

I'm glad to learn about the gun cleaning kit make by Otis Technologies. I'm into firearms training course and want to learn more about gun oiling, cleaning and maintaining, could you please shed some information in your next article?

Thanks in advance!

Sat Mar 15, 02:42:00 AM 2014  
Blogger George Wahl said...

Yes I think it would be very helpful to leave a few tips and tricks in you next article. Will you please include the best way to clean around the trigger that has always been the hardest part for me. Thanks this would be awesome if you did this.

Tue Aug 26, 07:22:00 AM 2014  

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