Thompson/Center Arms Ramrod Accessory Kit

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Product Information:

You'll have everything you need to clean your muzzleloader quickly in one easy pack with the Ramrod Accessory Kit from Thompson/Center Arms ®. This pack will remove the large debris with the bronze bore brush and super jag. After, take out the cotton bore swab and make sure that every sabot you fire hits its target dead center. The Ramrod Accessory Kit has the most popular muzzleloader accessories to clean properly.

  • Ramrod Accessory Kit
  • Contains the most popular muzzleloader cleaning accessories
  • Includes:
  • Bronze bore brush
  • Super jag
  • Ball and bullet puller
  • Worm
  • Cotton bore swab for finishing
  • Thompson/Center Arms
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 4401107

Customer Reviews:

Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great tool kit to have. Quality items to have in the bag for those Murphy's Law days January 3, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by good value used 2 of the items, rest look of good value also. May 21, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by I would buy this product again Easy to use on you muzzleloader when cleaning it. October 18, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Brush Failure Creates Added Expense While sighting-in my brand-new flintlock rifle I chose to use T/C's Copper Bore Brush and Bore Mop between every shot to ensure exact bore conditions for each fired round. I began with a clean unused bore, fired one shot, and then inserted the "Bronze Bore Brush." The brush stuck at or near the breach and would not budge when I attempted to pull it toward the muzzle. I applied some torque to the attached ramrod and "click," the brush assembly separated between the bristle column and the threaded base. At the time of this writing, the gun is at the gun-smith's shop. The gun-smith will most likely need to remove the breach plug in order to remove the broken brush end. Whatever the needed procedure, this faulty brush has cost me at least a week of hunting, and perhaps the rest of the Traditional Pennsylvania Flintlock Deer Season. I cannot fully express my frustration and disappointment. All of December found me looking forward to the flintlock hunting season. I can only hope the brush failure was an anomaly; however, I suspect that quality control has slipped for Thompson Center Arms. I believe the bristle length was too long for the bore diameter creating increased friction with the bore's surface. This friction, and resulting resistance to removal, caused the brush to separate where the bristle base wire meets the brush base. The brush assembly simply could not endure the torque necessary to remove it from the once-fired bore without breaking. I'm afraid to buy another brush. Further, the cost this failed little accessory added to my traditional hunting outlay is likely to be more than one-hundred dollars. The repair time may well cancel the remainder of my opportunities at hunting a white-tailed deer this season. January 1, 2012
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