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Yes, this is fact. And to give credit to my Leather Neck Cousins, I am quite certain that they STRONGLY recommend that it is not used just for the reasons that I mentioned. Marines seem to be a little more affectionate of their firearms arms than most. Not sure why.
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Originally Posted by JW357
I didn't know that about the Army. The last time I was at the range was early 2012. I never use the solvent tank, but I have seen people using it before. I didn't notice anyone using it that time, but I did in 2011.
Mind, I'm a Marine. We have different regulations than the Army does. The armorers I have talked to don't appreciate people using the tank, but I've never heard anyone straight out being told not to.
The difficult I do immediately, the impossible takes me a few minutes longer.
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