TCS Pistol & Rifle Cleaning Patch Jag – Available in .22cal to 7mm
TCS Manufacturing pistol & rifle patch jag is designed specifically for cleaning barrels. These patch jags press a patch that has been treated with solvent or bore paste against the barrel and into the rifling to mechanically strip the carbon, plastic, and copper out of the bore. We used this patch with no solvent for demonstration purposes and pushed it through the barrel once. As you can see, these Jags clean better than any other jag on the market.
“The proof is on the patch”
In addition to cleaning, our jags are also used for oiling the bore for storage as well as removing oil before firing. Our rifle jags fit all rods with standard 8×32 threads.
TCS Cleaning Patch .22 cal to 7mm size recommend
Additional Sizing Info
7mm cal JAG (including but not limited to .280 Remington, 284 Winchester, 7mm-08, 7mm Rem Mag, 7mm Weatherby Mag, 7mm Bench Rest, 7mm Short Mag)
270 cal JAG (including but not limited to, .270 win, .270 WSM, 270 Weatherby, and 6.8 Remington)
25 cal JAG (including but not limited to .25-06, .25-20, .250 Savage, 257 Roberts, .257 Weatherby, 264 Rem, 6.5x55SM, and 6.5 Rem)
243 cal JAG (including but not limited to 6mm Remington, .243 Winchester, .240 Weatherby, and .244 Remington)
22 cal JAG (including but not limited to, 22 LR, 22 Magnum, .22 Hornet, .222, .223, and 22-250)
Note: Two versions of this jag were produced. Due to machining and tooling considerations, the design was changed from aluminum to brass, and the body of the jag was tapered. If you have one of the old aluminum jags, please continue to use it. You will see no difference in performance. If you order a new jag from us, depending on which box your order is drawn from, you may receive either an aluminum Jag or a brass jag. This makes no difference in performance. In addition to this product, we suggest you purchase USP Bore Paste and round TCS patches. TCS round patches are the perfect size for use with this jag, and other patches may cause fit problems. Square patches should not be used with our jags.