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Old 10-15-2012, 09:32 PM   #21
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How do you tell how dirty the ammo is?
Only way I know how to tell is by how dirty the gun is after XXX amount of rounds of each brand.
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Ok, how would you go about cleaning this thing?
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Blazer ammo us VERY dirty. Lot of wax residue or something on them. You can use a tumbler to clean the bullets.
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Ok, how would you go about cleaning this thing?
Snipes, they may seem like a bit of a silly question, but have you read the owners manual at all? It should give you key points, YouTube should be a big help as well.
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I cleaned it this afternoon following the instructions in the owners manual, and advice given on youtube videos. I am somewhat new to cleaning guns and I dont have anyone that can show me how. Thanks for the help kaido
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I cleaned it this afternoon following the instructions in the owners manual, and advice given on youtube videos. I am somewhat new to cleaning guns and I dont have anyone that can show me how. Thanks for the help kaido
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