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MS Clean Gen 2 Rifle Cleaning Kit

The guys over at Breach Bang Clear recently managed to stop screwing around for more than 10 minutes in order to talk about the Gen 2 Cleaning Kit from MS Clean. If you’re not familiar with MS Clean, they make a pretty cool cleaning kit that comes in the shape of a magazine.

MS Clean Gen 2, photo via BBC

MS Clean Gen 2, photo via BBC

Former Marine Scout Sniper Peter Palma has been busy. Since releasing his magazine shaped cleaning kit earlier this year we have been tracking its progress. Having used the gen 1 cleaning kit since its introduction, we’re sold on the idea (cue the outrage from people who worry you’ll try to put a cleaning kit into your mag well during a fight by accident – more on that later). The hard polymer kit is crushproof, to the extent of being able to survive being run over multiple times by an MRAP on hardball pavement. The high strength polymer case is specifically constructed to provide superior chemical and crush resistance.

This is a Good Thing, since it’s designed to protect and store your cleaning rods and leaky lube bottles. We were excited to check out the”Gen 2” kits recently released with several improvements to the original design.

You can read the rest on Breach Bang Clear.

3 Responses to MS Clean Gen 2 Rifle Cleaning Kit

  1. dgdimick September 16, 2014 at 2:49 pm #

    I’ve had one for most of the summer now – I’m going to be buying one for each rifle I own once the double wides come out. The singles are just a bit too thin to cram everything I want into.

    I bought the “full” set since I seem to never be able to find that one section of my cleaning rod, or wire brush, etc, so I just bought the whole kit and keep it with each rifle.

    I wasn’t able to figure out what the difference with the Gen 2 is, so anyone what to point out the what the ADD is covering?

  2. Ebbs September 16, 2014 at 10:29 pm #

    ROFL! “Stopped screwing around for long enough…”

    • Brandon September 16, 2014 at 10:32 pm #

      That’s all they do is screw around…