Mrs. Daspirate wrote:We clean most of ours every time we shoot them. There's only about 2 that get shot rarely enough for that to be a concern, and one of those is a mosin nagant. I'm not sure it's ever been cleaned.
Sevens wrote:I wanted to mention that it was a couple years back that I transitioned from gun oil to a grease lube. On semi-auto pistol rails and barrel/bushing contact points, I use Shooter's Choice red lube, comes in a syringe and is all to expensive, but I like it. I like it because it stays where I put it and it doesn't fling off and even after a heavy round count, when I take the pistol apart, I can see that it's still in the mix and doing what I ask of it. My guns seem to run well on it.
Sevens wrote:It wasn't THAT specific event, but the idea of such an event that is one of the things I hold near & dear when carrying my clean gun. Lots of lint, maybe, but no powder fouling. Anyone who's ever been around firearms would be able to tell that mine hasn't been shot.
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