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FWIW, I use Otis products on 90% of my rifles and a Dewey one piece rod/patch jag on the remaining rifles and my pistols. The downside is the cost...

I personally would not use the included jointed steel (I assume) rod set for cleaning the bore.
 

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I have their products and while slightly higher in price, they are high-quality made in USA parts:

"Founded in a small town in Northern, NY, Otis has been built on hard working, dedicated patriots. In the beginning, four person assembly teams worked around the clock to provide the necessary equipment to support our special forces during the Gulf War. When the world turned upside down in 2001, we took our commitment to the military a step further and turned our focus away from the commercial market to focus our efforts on doing our part to protect our warfighters both at home and overseas.

Since then we have continued to work to create high quality, USA Made, innovative products deserving of the men and women who serve and protect our country. Our mission is to rethink and redefine gun care, giving our country’s defenders better and smarter ways to keep their weapons in the best condition possible because we believe that American heroes deserve American quality
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I got one of the older 7.72mm kits on eBay last year:
452259

I added a few things to my cleaning kit:
452260

It's a good kit.
 

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I didn’t realize that Otis was including sectional rods in their cleaning kits now. I just have the cable one for my M14. I did buy an old school M14 kit that fits nicely in the buttstock but I only use the gas plug wrench. I guess it better than nothing if you run out Otis’s round swabs and have to improvise.
 
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