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Old 05-25-2011, 01:37 PM   #11
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As you all know I'm a big advocate of brake cleaner for that deep cleaning of your firearm.

I am also a big advocate of common sense.

When it comes to your/my well being, I'm a big advocate of both the aforementioned used concurrently.

This has been a canebrake PSA.


FTF Bonus PSA (Common Darwin Sense): DO NOT clean your firearm with brakecleaner near an open flame.

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Theres a reason it called BRAKE / CARB cleaner.

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FTF Bonus PSA (Common Darwin Sense): DO NOT clean your firearm with brakecleaner near an open flame.
Addendum: Or while smoking..
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Thanks for the heads up!

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Check what is in your bug spray also, some use nerve agents for pest control and that **** is accumulative in your system

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That's good to know.

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Same thing happens when freon comes into contact with flame. Mustard gas.
Oops! Was that evil laugh out loud?
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