Remington SQUEEG-E

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SgtDog0311
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Remington SQUEEG-E

Post by SgtDog0311 » Mon Mar 13, 2017 10:42 am

When I shot in yesterday's match I noticed some of the wipers using an orange Squeeg-E plug on their wiping rods. I'd like to try them. Looked like something I'd rather be bumping into the crown on the way back through instead of a brass jag.

Anyone using these know what size works well with Arsenal patches for a 38 caliber? Any other comments on their use?

I asked the question for a 40 caliber and was told 9mm gave room for the patches and found referenced (two actually #17127 and #17126) but not sure about the correct size for my 38-50. Someone mentioned "35" when I asked about the 38 caliber but I don't see any reference to "35" on any of the Remington links.

I'll post the link for reference but if anyone is using they likely don't need the link.
http://squeeg-e.com/home

R-71
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Re: Remington SQUEEG-E

Post by R-71 » Wed Mar 15, 2017 10:41 pm

.35 would be for 35 cal rifle and 38/357 handguns. They're both .358.

I would think that size would work with the 38-55.

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Re: Remington SQUEEG-E

Post by SgtDog0311 » Fri Mar 17, 2017 7:55 pm

Thanks for that RL-7. I'll give it a try soon. Was a little confused since there were two that showed 40 caliber, one of them being the one you suggested.

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Re: Remington SQUEEG-E

Post by BWR » Thu May 04, 2017 8:10 pm

The 30 caliber rifle works well for 38 caliber. Use the .357 caliber squeegee for 40 caliber and the 40 caliber squeegee for the 45.
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