Specialized AR Rifle Cleaning that is Bad to the B.O.N.E.

Otis B.O.N.E. Tool
Otis B.O.N.E. Tool
Otis Technology Gun Care
Otis Technology Gun Care

Lyons Falls, NY --(Ammoland.com)- The exclusive B.O.N.E. Tool featured in the MSR/AR Gun Cleaning System is precision engineered to clean the difficult areas of your AR bolt carrier assembly more quickly and effectively than any other tool on the market.

This lightweight system also includes other specialized tools for complete breakdown and fine cleaning of all critical and hard to reach areas of your modern sporting and AR style firearms (.223 caliber and 5.56MM rifles).

To see our B.O.N.E. Tool in action, watch the video below:

MSR/AR GUN CLEANING SYSTEM (FG-556-MSR)
Taking a specialized approach to Breech-to-Muzzle cleaning, the Otis MSR/AR Gun Cleaning System is precision engineered with dedicated tools to clean and maintain difficult areas of your .223 caliber and 5.56MM rifles. The system includes the exclusive B.O.N.E. Tool, collapsible T-Handle, 5.56MM Mongoose G2 brushes, Memory-Flex® Cables, O85 Ultra Bore Solvent, and specialized components, brushes and patches. Give your modern sporting and AR style firearms the care they demand with the MSR/AR Gun Cleaning System.

Get your own Otis B.O.N.E. Tool for your AR here: http://tinyurl.com/a36tq3q

About Otis Technology
Otis Technology is known for manufacturing the most advanced gun cleaning systems available. The superior Breech-to-Muzzle design combined with unmatched quality has positioned Otis as the gun care system of choice with the US Military. Otis Technology is SMART GUN CARE. Visit: www.otistec.com

  • One thought on “Specialized AR Rifle Cleaning that is Bad to the B.O.N.E.

    1. This looks like the bolt assembly and firing pin of the M-16, civilian AR-15 (not automatic for the information of all you gun grabbers, who don’t have a clue.) In the army we scrubbed these parts with a brass tooth brush and bore cleaner. Then put on LSA oil before re-assembly. If these were not absolutely clean, oiled, and kept clean, in the 1st M-16s, they would jam at the worst possible moment and leave you looking from you rifle to ” Charlie,” and back again. The quickest thing you could do was to take out the magazine,take the round out of the bore, “field strip,”by tapping the rear bolt almost out and opening it like a single barrel shotgun. Disassemble bolt assembly, clean quickly,re-oil, re-assemble, slap in a fresh magazine, lock and load and pray to God it would fire. They say the new A-4 is just as good, at not jamming, as the AK-47s were. I hope so because many a GI were killed when his A-1 jammed, and if was dark it was twice as bad.( Learn to do this in the dark.)

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