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GUNNER_D
walk anyone understand a an excellent tutorial because that cleaning both angle and top eject pre 64 and also newer design 94s >I really don\"t favor taking the stock turn off the gun. Give thanks to you Gunner_D


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I have actually been clean my rifle since it was new, 29 years; I\"ve never taken that apart come clean it... Actually, I\"ve never taken that apart for any kind of reason.I have constantly cleaned the from the muzzle. Ns bought my very first complete rifle cleaning kit about 2 year ago, therefore my clean rod was a wood dowel or a string through a patch tied to it.
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That exercise hasn\"t damaged the crown.I clean the chamber and bore the carbon through bronze brushes and also penetrating oil. Ns still usage a wood dowel rod together a push rod, all brushes and patches are applied in the muzzle. I\"ll operation the brush down the bore 10 times, dipping the brush in the oil 3 times, climate I\"ll let the oil sit for 10 or for this reason minutes.When mine patches come out clean I used to clean because that copper yet it doesn\"t copper foul any much more so over there is no need. I will try every year or so just in case.The chamber brush come from a army sniper kit, that is a plastic coated cable whereas a 308 room brush is attached. I typically just apply some oil come the brush and spin it in the room the entirety length.My bore and chamber looks as great as my new rifle.
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It shooting sub-moa groups.I\"ll complete by running a patch oiled v 10w30 under the bore to ward turn off rust, wipe the chamber v a 10w30 rag aided through a plastic tube, then wipe the action and other steel through the very same oily rag. (I operation a clean patch down the bore and also wipe the chamber v a clean rag to eliminate the oil before shooting.)Every 6 month or for this reason I\"ll oil every part that pivots, slides or makes contact with another; climate let drip to it is in wiped off the following day.Seems to occupational for me.