these pellets look a lot like your target there brother
let me shoot my 12 gauge...i had to leave it in the car.but i did shoot my Ruger.22......piece of shit!!!!!the ammo i have is about 20 years old!!!!!the price tag on the box says..1.69.....that fucker jammed allot too...when i got home i spent an hour cleaning and lubing both guns.
of .22 today for 2.49 per box,federal champions.all right i'm probably gonna get smoked for this but...what kind of lube do you use?
i started out with Gun Scrubber and then finshed up with Kleen Bore Formula 3...i begin the whole deal usingcompressed gas..from a computer cleaning can.
~Sorry, but If you'd asked anyone but Ebear...
i am appauled!!!!lololol.....not!!!!
i new it was gonna come back and get me ...et tu bruta,i have been using the same shit,hoppes #9 and kleen bore,just wondering if there was some hot shit on the market now,i leave my carry guns pretty dry,one because they're glocks,2 i don't want lube all over my clothes,but the last time i shot my .25 Beretta she stiffened up a bit
works? I've always used Hoppes and put up with the stink. I used "... Scrubber" once and did not seem to be getting the gun as clean, What u think? Gets it clean or leaves some mess?
i use the Gun Scrubber for synthetic guns....it drys fast and leaves no residue.but then again i don't carry.
much oil, I just use a moistened oil cloth for a very light film. That's really all that is needed.
BTW, if she stiffens up on you, I'd be curious if you're using a very light oil or something like "3-In-One"
coolman,i used WD 40 for years but that attracts dust and crap i hear,now it's just for fixing squeaky hinges.
i go over board...i use compressed gas...then i use the brush then GunSrubber,,,then i'll use the klean bore...or the Hopps #9.then i use a cleaning cloth and wipe the gun down....the towel i use does stink, but i but it out in the garage until wash day and sneak it in,,,lol
gets the field strip and through cleaning. The Smith is just fine with it and I may be over doing for each time I take the 1911 out. Swab the bore and wipe the outside may be enough for when it gets lots of range time.
i forgot to mention....i have a boresnake for my .9mm.....
when i was shooting 200-400 rounds a time,i'd pass the snake thru and lube the guides,of course ammo 9MM was 5.50 a box then for 50 rounds
both of my kids have .22 bore snakes that they use every 50 rounds during competition.some parents complained but I pointed out that we aint using bore cleaner or any chemical,just wiping the bore.I use a bore snake for my deer rifle during deer camp.just run it thru and that is a good enough clean until i get home then it gets the full meal deal.i also keep a shop rag that is coated in Lucas Gun Oil in a zip loc bag that i use to wipe down the outside of the gun and remove the bolt and wipe it down too.
you'll never see them prices again.....
When my old lady was shooting a 44 mag
we had to load our own. No way could
afford those things besides I loaded more
accurately than any factory
i keep a silicone cloth to wipe the gun down with too,that's about as dry as they get,except the glocks,greasy .22 are a dirty round are they not?