Super Brush, makers of Swab-its brand firearms cleaning swabs for every job, announce they are returning as a major sponsor of the 2013 National Rifle & Pistol Championships at Camp Perry.
Considered America’s “World Series of the Shooting Sports,” the National Matches have been a tradition at Camp Perry, Ohio since 1907. Each summer, the nation’s finest civilian and military marksmen and women square off for five weeks of rifle and handgun competition in a variety of formats and events.
Swab-its will be a silver level sponsor with their Bore-tips Firearm Cleaning Swabs, supporting the National Pistol Championships, National Smallbore 3-Position and Prone Rifle Championships, the National High Power Championships, and National Long Range Championships. Believing that youth are the future of the shooting sports, additional support will be given to the National Intermediate Junior Smallbore Camp, held concurrently.
“We are very proud to be a returning sponsor of one of the greatest competitive shooting events in the world. The National Matches at Camp Perry have a rich tradition of shooting excellence and on behalf of all of us here at Swab-its, we wish the best of luck to all those competing and supporting the matches as volunteers,” said Cathy Desorcy, product manager for Swab-its.
Ideal for use by even the most demanding accuracy shooters, foam Bore-tips from Swab-its are designed to be lint-free and reusable, providing the ultimate in barrel bore cleaning and lubrication with their tight bore-fitting 360-degree cleaning surface. Bore-tips deliver improved barrel cleaning and maximum lubrication and are available in a six-piece pack in .357cal/9mm, .22cal, .243cal, or .30cal, and in a five-piece pack for either .40cal or .45cal.
Bore-tips are available at your local gun shop, as well as from online retailers such as Brownells, Bullseye Shooting Supplies, Cabela’s, Dillon Precision, Graf & Sons, HLC Products, MidwayUSA, Select Shooting Supplies, Sinclair International and direct from Swab-its.
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