October 24, 2014

Gear Review Opportunity: Otis Gun Technology

This weeks gear review opportunity comes to us from Otis Technology ~ From the Front Lines to the Hunt of a Lifetime

A lot of hunting seasons are over now and it’s time to get those guns cleaned. Today we are putting two Otis Hard Core Hunter Cleaning kits through the barrels of two lucky Outdoor Bloggers. The way Otis Technology and we see it, a clean gun is a happy well working piece of equipment and worth giving them the highest quality clean job around. So lets look at all the details:

Otis Gun Technology

Available in a Mossy Oak® or Realtree® camouflage softpack case, this cleaning system has a silent zipper that is water resistant, a micro fiber lens cloth for optics, and an additional 20 gauge shotgun brush. Also included are three Memory-Flex® cleaning rods, three slotted brass tips, two obstruction removers to knock out obstructions such as mud, snow, or a stuck bullet or case, T-handle bar, .5 oz. tube of Otis O85® Ultra Bore® cleaner, lubricant and preservative, all-caliber cotton cleaning patches for .223 caliber and larger, small caliber patches for .17 to .223 caliber, shotgun brush adapter and rubber Patch Savers® to get 360 degree coverage in your shotgun barrels, six high quality bore brushes, and a bore reflector/flag safety. With the HardCore Hunter® Cleaning System, no two kits will ever look the same; every camouflage pattern is unique.

- Caliber/Gauge: .17 – .50 Caliber Rifles; .17 – .50 Caliber Pistols; .410 – 12/10 Gauge Shotguns; In-Line Muzzleloaders
- Dimensions: 4″ x 4″ x 2 1/2″

MFSR $75

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Otis Technology is offering two of these gun cleaning kits, one in RealTree and one in Mossy Oak for two lucky bloggers to use and review on their blogs.

So you all know the drill: If you can use a gun cleaning kit in the next few months and write a review on your blog about your experience, it’s time to throw your name in the hat by commenting below. Remember, there are two kits up for review, so we’ll put the RNG to use this coming Monday and pick two lucky reviewers. The kits are yours to keep….Ready, Set….(wait)

Before you pull that comment trigger: Gear Review Opportunity is open to OBN Members with an Active Blog on the Outdoor Blogger Directory. By Commenting on this Entry you confirm you have read the Reviewer Guidelines and agree to the terms and conditions. Comments will be accepted until Sunday at 5 p.m. MST. Winning comment (s) will be selected by the Random Number Generator and announced this coming Monday on the OBN.

GO

P.S. A reminder. If you comment below, it’s a really good idea to check back on Monday to see if you’ve won. We don’t contact winners personally and you only have 7 days from the announcement to claim your gear…..

 
 
About Rebecca

When Rebecca isn't running the Outdoor Blogger Network, she is off Fly Fishing her favorite rivers. Occasionally she writes about those adventures at The Outdooress.

Comments

  1. 1

    A new cleaning kit is a great excuse to run a bunch of ammo thru my guns and get them nice and dirty.

    “But honey, they sent me this great kit, I have to…”

    -Mark

  2. 2

    These look Good! and my guns need a major cleaning, so these would come in very handy and make a good review as well.

  3. 3

    My 12 and 20 gauge are sitting next to my desk. In need of a good cleaning. My old cleaning kit is, well, old. Inherited from a friend and estimated to be 50. I wonder every year if it’s up to the task.

    I could put this to use immediately. As a matter of fact, I’ll hold off till I find out on Monday . . . Pick me RNG.

  4. 4

    With a safe full of black powder rifles something always needs cleaning.

  5. 5

    I’d love to write a review for this kit. I’m always looking for something that makes cleaning my guns easier.

  6. 6

    Hmm.. All my gun are clean and put away now, but that doesn’t mean that they won’t get dirty again.. And with a new cleaning kit, that’d just give me even more of an excuse to shoot, which in turn would need to make me clean them again.. RNG I took a week off; Pick me again please!!

  7. 7

    I don’t have the right size brush for my muzzleloader and we know how nasty those get after a few firings. Would love to have a new kit to keep them in good shape.

  8. 8

    Now that’s a sexy gun-cleaning kit! I don’t own one myself so i’m sure my fiance would appreciate me not having to borrow his anymore!

  9. 9

    End of our waterfowl season is in 3 days. After that, everything gets disassembled, cleaned, greased or oiled, and put away until turkey season. It would be a great opportunity for me to try out the Otis kit, especially since I usually use another brand.

  10. 10

    Finishing up Duck season here Saturday — great timing to test this product.

    RGN — it’s up to you!

    Thanks for the opportunity OBN.

    - rbwright

  11. 11

    Well I will go you one better…I am a member of a hunting club who holds monthly sporting clay shoots. I bet I could take one of these kits and actually get 10-15 guys to try it and give a group report. Hook a blogger up! ;-)

  12. 12

    I’m in… thank you for the opportunity… DEDH

  13. 13

    I need a cleaning kit like this one so bad, its true I shoot guns but at a professional target level, I do not hunt. I do know that a clean rod fishes better and a clean gun shoots better..
    hook it up!

  14. 14

    Our last shotgun season was last week and our muzzleloader season ends this Saturday. Since both my husband and I both hunt…we’ve got (4) guns waiting to be cleaned. I really feel sorry for him (**evil ha-ha**)….but a new cleaning kit might make it better.

  15. 15

    Very cool, I could use a kit like that for the field!

  16. 16

    I am a clean gun fanatic!! I would be glad to put this baby to the test. All you have to do is finally draw my little number!!!!

  17. 17

    These are nice and I have always eyed them up at the stores. Toss my name in the mix!

  18. 18

    Heck yeah, I was outlining a post about the ritual end-of-season gun cleaning while in a work training meeting yesterday. Something had to get me through! I’d love to incorporate this product in that post! In Mossy Oak, of course :)

  19. 19

    Why couldn’t this have been a couple weeks ago, I just finished cleaning my muzzleloader, what a job! But I could still use this since I shoot quite a bit at the range! Put me in the mix!

  20. 20

    Oh definitely. Spring snow geese will be back soon. The cannons need a good scrubbing.

  21. 21

    The Remington 870 is in deep need of a cleaning, the 30 ought might go into shock, but it is due, even the 22s pistols and rifles would get a turn. RNG, pick me!

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