Ripcord® delivers the best one-pass cleaning you can get for your firearm. Run it through your gun from Breech-to-Muzzle®, with no gravity feed necessary. The rigid, helix-shaped rubber core keeps the cleaning surface pressed against the bore, engaging the rifling for an aggressive clean. The braided Nomex® surface can take up to 700 degree heat, so you can clean it at the range or in the field while the barrel is still hot. Attach a bore brush to get an even more thorough clean. It’s fast, effective and ultra-portable.
Nomex® is a registered trademark of DuPont™.
- Cleans: .30/.30-30/.30-06/.308 cal/7.62mm and other .30 cal variants
- Length: 36″
- 10 inches of aggressive cleaning surface
- Caliber specific molded rubberized core for 360 degree cleaning
- Heat resistant up to 700 degrees F
- Nomex® fibers act as both a brush to loosen and a patch to capture fouling particles
- Easy-feed design makes for quicker cleaning from Breech-to-Muzzle®
- Equipped with 8-32 threaded ends to fit all Otis cleaning components
- Made in the USA!
- What Makes the Ripcord diferent from the rest? To put it simply: anatomy. Ripcord delivers the best one-pass cleanings you can get for your firearm because of the way it is built and what it is made of. The Memory-Flex cable at the core is tough as nails and holds its own. This allows you to run your Ripcord through your gun from Breech-to-Muzzle, with no gravity feed necessary. The rigid, helix-shaped rubber core keeps the cleaning surface pressed against the bore, engaging the rifling for an aggressive clean. The braided Nomex surface can take up to 700° heat, so you can clean it at the range or in the field while the barrel’s still hot. Attach a bore brush to get an even more thorough clean. It’s fast, effective and ultra-portable.
- Do I use the Ripcord with solvent or dry? The Ripcord can be used either wet or dry. We recommend using the Ripcord at the range/in the field when the firearm is still warm when carbon and fouling is still loose in the barrel. The fouling pulls out of the barrel more easily before it cools. Think of it as doing your dishes right after cooking rather than letting them sit. It is waaay easier to get that lasagna pan clean on day one than it is after a couple re-heats. Just keep in mind that while you can apply solvent, the life of the Ripcord is extended when used dry.
- Where do I add solvent/oil on the Ripcord? Place a couple drops of solvent/oil on the leading end of the Ripcord. This is the front end of the largest part of the Ripcord. Alternatively, and to extend the life of the Ripcord, attach a slotted tip and patch to the Ripcord and apply solvent/oil directly to the patch.
- What are the threaded ends for on a Ripcord? The threaded ends make the Ripcord a more versatile product. With 8-32 threads, you are able to attach a brush or slotted tip & patch, if you prefer, for added cleaning. You can also attach an obstruction remover/t-handle base and t-handle to assist with pulling the Ripcord through the barrel.
- Can you clean a Ripcord? Sure can! When cleaning the Ripcord, most fouling falls off naturally. To assist, use an AP brush and brush off large particles. We don’t recommend putting your Ripcord in the washing machine or dishwasher, as lead particles from the Ripcord can deposit on clothing or dishes.
Otis Technology Ripcord Bore Cleaner, For 7.62MM FG-RC-330