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Old 07-08-2013, 12:53 AM   #11
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I clean my P226, Rosy, the same day I fire her. I give her a good oiling too. I do not use metal brushes though. I clean the barrel with solvent and cotton pads. I love my Rosy and she deserves the extra special attention. Still, the P226 can go through hundreds of rounds without being clean. I have seen less caring owners do this. Lazy, loveless bastards!
yea i do the same. evreytime i fire the gun which i usually put around 50rds through it i get home it gets cleaned and oiled.


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I clean my Sig as a relaxation method. I end up cleaning all of my guns, after every use , and if I'm stressing I put on Pantera in the garage and end up cleaning clean guns. I don't know but it calms me down. I go beyond the regular field striping. My old lady just loves the stains of fresh oil under my pillow.


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I clean my Sig as a relaxation method. I end up cleaning all of my guns, after every use , and if I'm stressing I put on Pantera in the garage and end up cleaning clean guns. I don't know but it calms me down. I go beyond the regular field striping. My old lady just loves the stains of fresh oil under my pillow.
Haahaa yea I know what you mean ..I do the same but with washing and wiping my cars down in the garage...it's therapy lol I gotta add gun cleaning to my program
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Haahaa yea I know what you mean ..I do the same but with washing and wiping my cars down in the garage...it's therapy lol I gotta add gun cleaning to my program

My sentiments exactly .........
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