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Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by gspn, Jan 20, 2013.

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  1. joeschmoe

    joeschmoe Member

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    It's a lot easier to make shift cleaning supplies than guns and ammo.

    You can clean a lot of guns with a bottle of mobile 1 oil, some rags and steel wool. Dowels, shoelaces and line can be used for barrels.
     
  2. 6.5x55swedish

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    The rush on guns and ammo has been largely driven by speculators... They are buying them for re-sale. Just hop on Gun Broker for a few minutes and that becomes quite evident. I am just waiting for BATF to catch on and shut Gunbroker down... Because private sale for profit treads over the grey line into unlicensed dealer.
     
  3. r1derbike

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    Dishwashers? With those caustic soap packets? Say it isn't so!

    I clean my pre-charged air rifles after a day of varmint gathering, because of lead smear and lead particles. Helps accuracy tremendously.

    I clean my long gun and pistol (powder burners) every other outing, unless I shoot a lot. I should probably clean them after every outing, no matter what. My wife hates the protectant/lube I finish-off with, Ballistol on both air and powder. It smells like my dirty underwear, after a day of mowing, she says.
     
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