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A day at the range # 2

johniv

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WOW that must keep ya busy cleaning guns. I seldom shoot more than 2 or 3, but then I am pretty lazy.
 
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Walter

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Revolvers first then auto's. Might be a bit different to some but i use carb cleaner [HP spray can ] to clean up auto's. They get all the carbon and junk out and lubricate. Clean up the barrel and recoil rod & spring if required ,then a bit of oil on slide and frame and there ready to rock.
 

Foxton Gundogs

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brake cleaner works well also. When hunting geese in the winter we trip all the oil and grease with brake clean then lube with graphite powder. Never a misfire or jam. I love pix of guns BTW.
 

gunseller

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Wow nice bunch of handguns. With that many if you shoot.each more than a few.time it can start.to become.work. 3-4 weeks ago I met with all of the manufactures of the firearms we sell. In 4.days I shot.over 200 of their firearms. I will admit I was starting to be.done.when Thursday night.came.around.
Steve
 
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