Norton's Universal Cleaning Stick (U.C.S.) (sometimes incorrectly referred to as "Universal Combat Stick" by members of the military) is used to help provide complete cleaning and assist in the disassembly of modern weapon systems. The sharp but flexible edges get into the nooks and crannies where gunk builds up. Its highly chemical resistant, non-metallic construction resists impregnation of foreign debris. Just wrap a cleaning patch around the U.C.S. and you are ready to clean! It's smooth and slick, contains no glass fibers and is highly resilient.
These tools are used daily and have been proven effective cleaning tools in Glocks, Beretta M-9, 1911, AR-15, M16, M-4 weapons systems. There really isn't a weapon made that couldn't benefit from the extra good cleaning that a U.C.S. provides. We personally find that the U.C.S. makes disassembling the Smith & Wesson 59/69 series pistols a snap.
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I use the Norton UCS to help disassemble, clean, and reassemble a variety firearms. They are great for pushing on stiff retaining pins and scraping carbon and other residue from crevices without scratching the surface like a metal tool will. Wrap a cleaning patch around one end & dab a bit of lubricant on it to easily & evenly coat important surfaces.
I also use Norton UCS to scrape grounds out of the coffee basket into the compost bucket every morning so very few grounds are left for to be rinsed down the drain. They’re also useful for scraping grounds out of reusable K-cup pods. They work well for scraping that baked on grease from the edges of pans where they fold/roll over at the top edge on the outside. That sale or price sticker won’t come completely off something where it matters? The Norton UCS scrapes it off without scratching the surface.
Norton's U.C.S. (Universal Cleaning Stick) ~
Love these for cleaning pistols, nice for getting into the little grooves. Great for a little range bag kit.
Ti has different use cases, but F#$&ing amazing
The titanium version of the UCS has been AMAZING as part of my EDC kit at work. A slightly different set of use cases than the nylon version, as I can't use it on softer surfaces; but as a pocket pry bar, scraper, and cleaner for grooves on harder materials it's been incredible. I work on a farm, and having a small tool to scrape away gunk and debris on equipment joints when installing or repairing equipment has been invaluable.