Now you can care for your high-capacity AR-pistol magazines the same way you care for your black rifle. The MTUL MagBrush cleans AR, AK, FAL and all other high-capacity magazines that hold 5.56mm or 7.62mm ammo. The curve of the 9-inch-long, U-shaped brush follows the contour of high-capacity magazines and is long enough to clean those that hold 40 rounds. The heavy-duty construction makes it stout enough to depress the follower and magazine spring without disassembly for fast and easy use. At the opposite end of the handle is a punch to disassemble magazines that have removable floorplates. The suggested retail price is $29.95.
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GTUL has developed an integrated system to disassemble and clean all 9MM/40S&W, 10MM/45ACP and Glock 36 magazines. For use by Law Enforcement, competitive shooters and all those who demand positive ammunition feeding. This system addresses an often overlooked area of firearm maintenance for your Glock, cleaning the magazines. You can now take apart your magazines without Get it Now!marring, gouging, or damaging the metal liner. Quickly remove dirt, dust, powder residue and grime that may hinder reliability and cause a failure to feed.
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The Patented GTUL (U.S. Patent No. 7,712,243) minimizes wear and maintains the structural integrity of the locking tabs and notches, and limits the force that may be applied to the magazine. It can be used to remove all standard Glock floor plates for cleaning and installation of aftermarket Glock base plates. The precise fit, and compact design allows the magazine to be secured with one hand and apply force to disengage the locking tabs. This allows the other hand to be used to depress the retaining pin (if present), and slide the floor plate off. The Mag Brush has a punch built into the handle to depress the retaining pin, the nylon bristles are used to clean the magazine tube.
For more information about the MTUL MagBrush, please visit http://www.mygtul.com or call 757-647-0805