I'm looking for a cleaning kit to put in my drag bag. It has a spot for a solid rod but I wouldn't what to risk bending my Dewey rod so that's out. I don't want the rods you screw together as they seem to flex and can contact the barrel. I'm looking at the Otis kit as it has a nice one piece flex rod in a small package. But I have never seen one in person or used one. Are they good enough to clean a precision rifle safely? Is this my only choice? Something better? Thanks guys.
ETA: I'm also looking at lens cleaning stuff. I kinda like this Nightforce Kit.
Do any of them really make a difference? I have seen three different lens pens. I have a Nightforce scope so that's why I'm leaning toward their kit.
I would say just get the Otis or Dewey small/micro kit. A few patches, slotted tip, small bottle of oil and cut a toothbrush down. That should take care of any needs in the "field" You can add a lens brush into the Dewey kit easily.
I like that Dewey kit. I have always been impressed with their products. Out of the two which would be a better choice? Dewey is nylon coated and I didn't see what Otis is.
The Otis is coated as well. If buying new, get the Dewey kit so you have the pouch that it comes in to add a few items.
Anyone have experiance with the nightforce lens cleaning kit? Or what is your guys go to lens cleaning kit?