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Old 01-25-2010, 01:14 PM   #21
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everytime i shoot them i clean them. the blued ones get wiped down about every 2-3 weeks with a oiled cloth. the parkerized ones get a wipe about every couple of months. they all live in a gunsafe except for my home defense weapons which get cleaned every 2 weeks.

pisses the wife off when i clean em in front of the TV watching pawn stars on monday nite.
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I clean mine after each range sesion and my riffles after hunting seasion.
I just can't sleep at night if i don't
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Plinking guns are cleaned every so ofter, depending on number of rounds down range. Work rifle and handgun cleaned after each range time. If I don't got to the range much (winter time) I clean them at lest every 3 months. I oil the handgun every few weeks between cleanings. I am with the others that believe I might not get a second chance to clean my duty guns. One bad round or miss fire could be the end of me and not the bad person that wants to hurt me.
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I clean every trip. I have a mark 3 also and hate taking it apart so it gets a boresnake and I just brush out the action. When the trigger starts feeling gritty I take it down. If I haven't shot one for a month or so I spray oil on a piece of sheepskin and wipe it down. We can't carry here except at the range.
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