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    Question Mystery Vintage Rifle Cleaning Kit?

    Sifting through piles of accumulated 'gun stuff', I came across this little gem, but with no identifying marks or stamps. Looks like a brass oiler bottle, pull-through bore cleaner, spare firing pin, jag for patches, bore brush, and a cylindrical steel container for all except pull-through and oiler (which has its own leather pouch with belt loop on rear). Does anyone recognize this kit?
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    The small stuff down on the left is part of the buttstock kit for the SKS and possibly the AK also. The oiler is another Warsaw block or Chicom oil can and the pullthrough is a stranger to me. The firing pin isn't a firing pin, just part of the cleaning kit.
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    The oil can and leather pouch look like the Yugoicon M56 oil can that was sometimes carried on the Yugo M56 leather mag pouch. This is the mag pouch that some people like to pretend it is something that it isn't, everything from a "Star Wars mag pouch" to a "WW2 Germanicon mag pouch" to a "US Thompson mag pouch".

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    The Oiler is Yugoicon. If it was grouped together, it's probably all Yugo.

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