Originally Posted by GeneJr
Thx every1. Finally got it all apart and got every single metal piece cleaned up. Now I just got to do Tue stock. I don't got Amy degreaser right now so I guess it will have to wait. By Tue way, all I ildid was strip the rifle and use hopeys #9 solivent. After cleaning each part with that I rubbed it all down with the hopeys lube. Looks great. Only wiered thing is, when I tool Tue barrel off, I found a little chunk of I think dirt in between Tue barrel and stock. After cleaning the barrel I can now see were the dirt was. It was there for so long it put a little bit of an indentation on the barrel.
Cosmoline would not be hard enough to leave an indentation in the barrel. Might be a small rust spot. Get all the rust off and touch up the barrel with a reblueing pen.
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