Discussion in 'General' started by Kris87, Mar 17, 2010.
I have a 12g. Why would I need a 10mm?
Friend cleaning out his closet showed me a 1960's Sears and Roebuck, center break, single shot .410.
Absolutely primitive , heavy thing but I marveled at it. He said it was clearance time and gave it to me.
PWC. Prison wallet carry.
What is your preferred cleaning process? CLP or separate Cleaner and Oil?
Duffys Gun room in Sparks MD has a CZ Shadow 2 used for $1200.
What’s my move?
I’ll run a patch soaked pretty heavy with bore cleaner down the barrel and let that sit while I’m cleaning the rest. The rest usually gets hit with CLP then your favorite oil on the parts that rub.
Either way works but I prefer separate products the majority of the time. I'll clean most with something like MPro-7 and then use Hoppes #9 for the bore and difficult carbon buildup. Currently using Lucas extreme duty oil but there are any number of good oils out there.
There’s a few on GB new for less. One is an SA trigger.
CLP is ok for minor shit but any heavy shooting or delayed cleaning I found it to be less than adequate. MPro7 peels that carbon right off.
A new gun.
That’s because the every dood that got hit with a .45 got dead.
Apparently they have 1903’s at the cmp sore. Mayyyy have to swing by
Well, just send me the dirty ones for disposal. I'll store them for you.
Like @Gorilla George I wasn't buy for awhile after buying the last 4 I purchased last month. But wife had a great suggestion to stop by a new range an hour south of us when we were down there. She also made the suggestion I shouldn't go to a gun store and walk out empty handed. So, because we both liked the colors of this rival I walked out with it.
I'm also using the Lucas oil. I'll order some Hoppes No 9 and some MPro 7. Thanks
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