Quite simply the finest coated cleaning rods available,
PERIOD! Featuring industry-leading ball bearing handles, proprietary,
non-brass, Proof-Positive tips, color-coded caliber specific handles and an
extremely durable coating our Proof-Positive Bore Stix™ set the bar in cleaning
rod technology. Choose the best. Choose the Bore Tech Proof-Positive Bore Stix.
Bore Tech’s Proof-Positive Bore Stix™ are quite simply the
finest coated cleaning rods available, PERIOD! Featuring industry renowned ball
bearing handles combined with cutting edge Proof-Positive materials, these rods
set the bar in cleaning rod technology.
The free floating, dual bearing handle design allows for
effortless motion and precise following of the barrel’s rifling. Translation:
Proof-Positive Bore Stix provide effective cleaning and eliminate the
frustrating issue of having jags and brushes unscrew from the end of the rod.
In addition, the color coded handles offer a comfortable, non slip rubber grip
that prevents damage to the rifle stock and eliminates the guesswork in
determining what rod to use for what caliber.
All Proof-Positive Bore Stix feature a REPLACEABLE, barrel
safe, non-brass, Proof-Positive tip that eliminates the irritating false
indication of copper fouling that is found with traditional brass tipped rods
when using copper removing cleaners.
TRADITIONAL BRASS PRODUCTS
The replaceable, female Proof-Positive tip also eliminates
the need for additional adapters when changing between jags and brushes. Each
Proof-Positive tip is specially machined to provide a completely smooth, edge
free transition between the rod and our Proof-Positive Jags. This removes all
possibility of damage to the firearm’s crown while pulling the rod back through
Utilizing a caliber specific, enhanced, high strength steel
core, the Proof-Positive Bore Stix have unsurpassed rigidity that minimizes bow
and flex. The steel core is coated with a proprietary, low friction coating
that is extremely durable and chemically resistant providing years of
Proof-Positive Bore Stix also add a twist to gun cleaning
and feature an industry exclusive barrel twist rate identification system. The
simple index dot system allows shooters to easily determine a firearm’s barrel
Why settle for anything less than perfection? Choose the best… Choose the Bore Tech
Proof-Positive Bore Stix.
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How-To Determine Rifle Twist Rate
Q: Does the mentioned length include the handle?
A: No, the specified length is the “Working Length” of the
rod and does not include the additional length of the handle. See illustration
in Specifications Tab.
Q: What are the diameters of the rods?
A: The diameters for the different caliber rods are listed
in the Specifications Tab.
Q: Are the rod tips male or female and what are the threads?
A: All rod tips are female and have either 5/40 or 8/32
threads. The corresponding threads are listed in the Specifications Tab.
Q: What are the handle colors of the Bore Stix?
A: The handle colors are used to clearly identify what
caliber(s) the Bore Stix are to be used with. The corresponding caliber/handle
color chart is displayed in the Specifications Tab.
Q: What is the difference between the Proof-Positive Bore
Stix and V-Stix?
A: The Proof- Positive Bore Stix are our top-of-the-line
premium coated cleaning rods and feature the industry renowned color coded,
comfort grip, ball bearing handles, exclusive Proof-Positive tips and a vast
variety of diameter and length choices. The V-Stix are a great coated cleaning
rod for the money. They feature color coded, rotating hard plastic handles,
brass tips and fewer length and diameter options.
Q: What is the difference between the 22 Rimfire and 22
Centerfire rods and can I use my Rimfire rod on my Centerfire rifle?
A: The 22 RF rod is approximately 0.015” smaller in diameter
to help clear ejectors and choked barrels frequently found in rimfire rifles.
Yes, you can use the 22 RF rod on a 22 CF rifle without any issues. Do not use
22 Centerfire rods in Rimfire rifles.
Q: How do I clean my rod once finished cleaning my rifle?
A: When using Bore Tech cleaners, simply wipe down the rod
with a damp rag or paper towel.