Los Angeles, CA--the new Pyramid Patches TM create a new level of engineering in the science of gun patches. The Utility Patent-Pending shape and notches raise the bar.
Their novel triangular shape has a longer radius than square or round patches. The longer radius means triangular patches spread more patch area against bore walls, 11% more than square patches, and 27% more than round patches. The foregoing percentages are based on assigning constant total patch area to different shapes.
Patches wrapped around jags get stuck inside bores because multiple layers are formed. It is the multiple 5-layers and multiple 7-layers formed that cause a combo to become stuck inside bores. Square and round patches readily form the thick multiple 5-layers and 7-layers.
By moving more patch area along the patch radius, more of the triangular patch stretches along the length of the jag, and the result is less multiple layering. The triangular shape reduces multiple 5-layers and eliminates the multiple 7-layers. Less multiple layering means patches wrapped around jags are less likely to become stuck inside bores.
Pyramid Patches TM have a second novel feature. Notches along the sides of the patches eliminate the multiple 5-layers completely. The multiple 3-layers of Pyramid Patches TM give a perfect tightness inside the bore. By varying the Utility Patent-Pending notches, any amount of 5-layer can be recovered to increase tightness.
Pyramid Patches TM are made using highly absorbent bleached cotton flannel. They are sold in bulk, or they come in kits with Rigel Products new Jag Brushes TM.
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