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I didn't know this but evidently the cleaning rod I have is bad since it is aluminum and is a 3 piece so I need a new cleaning rod. What is a good one for me to get? Biggest rifle I have is a Mosin Nagant. Also what bore guide should I get? Preferably a universal one. I have 2 Ruger 10/22's, SKS, Mosin Nagant for rifles.
 

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Good luck!There are so many top-notch rods on the mrkt these days picking "one" is going to be a chore.

Noting,I like coated steel one pce.Generally,because I can't make them.CF and SS rods,along with ANY guide systems are easily fabbed in our shop(and have made a few...duh) yet,......I still plug away with two Kleenbore coated rods(economically priced).

I do have several "jointed" Alum rods....and believe it or not,they do get used once in awhile.They ain't hittin on a whole lot and you need to be very careful.....but,that goes for any rod.
 

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It says .27 caliber and up so it should be good for your .30 caliber rifles unless you have mile long barrels. I have a .300 Win. Mag. target rifle with a 28" barrel and they have a longer rod section for longer barrels that they sold me. It works great. You will need a smaller diameter rod for your .22 caliber rifles. They also make a reciever guide for your bolt guns.

This is the one for your .30 caliber bolt guns if they have scopes but it will work well for both.

https://www.deweyrods.com/cart/index.php?route=product/product&path=109_119&product_id=487

They also make muzzle guides for your automatics.

https://www.deweyrods.com/cart/index.php?route=product/category&path=109_117_121
 

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It says .27 caliber and up so it should be good for your .30 caliber rifles unless you have mile long barrels. I have a .300 Win. Mag. target rifle with a 28" barrel and they have a longer rod section for longer barrels that they sold me. It works great. You will need a smaller diameter rod for your .22 caliber rifles. They also make a reciever guide for your bolt guns.

This is the one for your .30 caliber bolt guns if they have scopes but it will work well for both.

https://www.deweyrods.com/cart/index.php?route=product/product&path=109_119&product_id=487

They also make muzzle guides for your automatics.

https://www.deweyrods.com/cart/index.php?route=product/category&path=109_117_121
Oh good I'm safe then. Will have to get them next time I get paid. Would this be okay for my SKS? https://www.deweyrods.com/cart/index.php?route=product/product&path=109_117_120&product_id=425. Also since the nylon coated one isn't much more expensive should I go with it or not?
 

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I vote for the Otis system.
 

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