Gadsden Flag - Don't Tread on Me - TEKMAT - USA Historical Memorabilia
The Gadsden flag was first used by Marines during the American Revolution and since then has been carried by many others as a symbol of patriotism and freedom from a tyrannical goverment. While it has most recently been affiliated with the Tea Party, its history stretches back to the 1700s. It is often considered the first American flag which predated the Stars and Stripes now in use and the 13 rattles on the snake is to represent the 13 original colonies.
This isn't your ordinary gun cleaning mat! Show your pride for your firearm while using this high quality neoprene rubber backed and cloth top gun cleaning mat to protect your gun bench, desk, kitchen table, or whatever surface you usually clean or maintain your gun on. You likely keep your gun in a soft padded case or maybe a gun cabinet with a felt lined rack or something similar to protect it so why would you scratch your gun while cleaning or repairing it by setting it on a hard surface that could easily scratch your firearm?
PROTECT YOUR GUN AND WORK AREA
The soft polyester top will ensure your gun doesn't get scratched while the neoprene rubber backing on the mat will keep everything in place and prevent your work surface from sliding around. This mat will also keep harmful chemicals, oil and dirt from penetrating down to your desk, bench or the area where you normally clean and work on your firearms. After the mat begins to accumulate too much dirt, chemicals, or oil just throw it in the wash on a gentle cycle, allow to air dry and it will be virtually like new.
ENTERTAINING AND EDUCATIONAL
With the exploded view drawings and accompanying parts list, making repairs, disassembling your firearm, or basic cleaning can be done much faster and with greater enjoyment. Guns are extremely fascinating and the drawings and data that is printed on each mat will keep you entertained while educating you on how your firearm operates.
This gun cleaning and parts mat measures 11 inches by 17 inches and is 1/8 of an inch thick.