Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 27, 2013
Brush Research Manufacturing (BRM), maker of cylinder hones for shotgun, rifle, revolver, pistol and paintball gun maintenance, is announcing new packaging for the Flex-Hone® for Firearms. Instead of offering gun tools in disposable plastic bags, BRM provides them in reusable tubes that promote brush storage and identification. Users describe the new packaging as “brilliant" and “matching the quality of the product – fantastic.”
Flex-Hone® for Firearms tools use abrasive globules and a soft cutting action to impart a plateau finish that promotes lubrication and reduces wear. The brush tool’s low-temperature, low-pressure abrading process also provides a final finish that’s free of cut, torn, and folded metal. Gunsmiths and gun owners often mount cylinder hones in the chuck of an electric hand drill or drill press. Gun manufacturers can automate surface finishing by mounting Flex-Hone® for Firearms tools in machining centers.
Flexible Honing Tools for Superior Surface Finishing
From marine engines to musical instruments, flexible honing tools have been used to solve a variety of surface finishing challenges. As Flex-Hone® for Firearms users understand, the cylinder honing tool’s versatility makes it the right choice for maintaining slides, chambers, magazine tubes, and smooth bore barrels. Today, Flex-Hone® tools are available for shotguns, rifles, revolvers, pistols, and paintball guns. BRM also offers gun cleaning brushes and high-quality honing oil.
As a supplier of superior surface finishing solutions, Brush Research Manufacturing provides Flex-Hone® tools for any type or size of cylinder. Self-centering, self-aligning to the bore, and self-compensating for wear, these ball or cylinder hones should always be used with a lubricant. For best results, the California company recommends Flex-Hone® oil with its special blending of honing and lapping oils.
Product Packaging and Performance
BRM’s new Flex-Hone® for Firearms packaging makes flexible hones as easy-to-find as they are to use. Gunsmiths, gun owners, and gun manufactures who store their brush tools in the original packaging can simply read the label for information such as part number and description. As with other types of BRM flexible honing tools, the Flex-Hone® for Firearms is also color-coded.
For example, the color on the tip of the gun hone indicates the grit type. The color marked on the stem of the brush tool indicates the abrasive type. Users can refer to this color coding and reference the Flex-Hone® Resource Guide, and they can also identify cylinder hones based on the reusable packaging.
About Brush Research Manufacturing
Brush Research Manufacturing (BRM), makers of flexible honing tools and a full line of industrial brushes, is located in Los Angeles, California. Since 1958, BRM has been solving difficult finishing problems with brushing technology. BRM’s Flex-Hone® tool is the standard against which all other surface finishing tools are compared.
Director of Marketing
Brush Research Manufacturing Co. Inc.
4642 Floral Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90022
For Immediate Release:
Ph: (323) 261-2193