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Old 01-02-2013, 01:42 PM   #21
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So when I get home today pour hot water down the barrel? I don't have a rifle cleaning kit. Only shotgun. Any specific make you would recommend?
The brand doesn't matter. Any 30 cal kit


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Old 01-02-2013, 01:47 PM   #22
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Planning on taking ours to the range tomorrow

.22, SKS, or 12 ga

Probably all the above
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How would you determine if it's corrosive ammo or not?
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Misurp ammo is always corrosive
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Milsurp* my bad
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The sealed tin cans?
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Yes the spam cans is milsurp and corrosive. Its fine as long as you clean your gun afterward
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I've fired thousands of rounds of it without a speck of rust.

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locutus, do you field strip the Mosin when you clean it? Was just wondering about getting boiling water on the finish of the wood. Probably doesn't hurt but I'm curious.


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