M-Pro 7 introduces cleaning kit for 3-gun competitive shooting

The cleaning kit is designed for 3-gun shooters in competitive events

M-Pro 7, a provider of military-grade weapons maintenance products, has introduced the first BoreSnake cleaning kit for 3-Gun shooters. The M-Pro 7 3-Gun Kit includes everything needed to clean and lubricate a competition pistol, rifle or shotgun in the field.

The 3-Gun Kit was designed with the competitive shooter in mind, giving marksmen a compact, all-in-one field cleaning kit for post-match weapons maintenance. The kit contains the essential products needed to clean and maintain 9mm and .40 caliber pistols, .223/5.56mm rifles and 12-gauge shotguns.

Essential items in the kit include the M-Pro 7 Gun Cleaner, M-Pro 7 Gun Oil LPX and the M-Pro 7 BoreSnake. The M-Pro 7 Gun Cleaner improves weapon performance by removing layers of fouling and embedded carbon while conditioning the bore to help prevent buildup.

Each kit is packaged in a compact, hard-sided storage case and contains the following gun care and maintenance tools:

  • 2 oz. M-Pro 7 Gun Cleaner
  • 2 oz. M-Pro 7 Gun Oil LPX
  • 9mm M-Pro 7 BoreSnake
  • .40 M-Pro 7 BoreSnake
  • .223/5.56mm M-Pro 7 BoreSnake
  • 12-gauge M-Pro 7 BoreSnake
  • Lint Free Cleaning Cloth
  • Dual-Headed Nylon Utility Brush
  • Foam Gun Pad
  • Weapon Maintenance Guide

The M-Pro 7 Gun Cleaner and Gun Oil LPX included in the kit are odorless, non-toxic, non-flammable and biodegradable, making the liquids safe to travel with and compliant with state and federal regulations.

The M-Pro 7 3-Gun Cleaning Kit is available for an MSRP of $99.99. For more information about M-Pro 7 and its complete line of tactical-grade cleaning supplies, visit www.mpro7.com or call 1-800-937-4677.

Will Leschper is founder of The Texas Outdoor Digest. He has been recognized for Excellence in Craft by the Outdoor Writers Association of America and the Texas Outdoor Writers Association. He is Conservation Editor of Texas Fish & Game Magazine and is a regular contributor to the Journal of the Texas Trophy Hunters, in addition to writing for plenty of of now-defunct publications.