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  1. Accessories and Gear
    I've been looking around for a good bore cleaner that will get copper and all the other junk out of the barrels. I was contemplating trying Hoppe's Copper Terminator when I stumbled on someone mentioning 'Wipe Out,' a foaming bore cleaner. Several reviews I've seen seem to give rave reviews...
  2. Ammunition and Reloading
    what works better to get brass in shape for reloading it? it is necessary every time its used to retumble, or send it through the US? Ive done a little reading on this and I know there are many, many different opinions on it. from what ive read so far im thinking of just getting a tumbler...
  3. General Firearms
    So I have this fancy (sarcasm) little Walther P22 which I like to shoot with a suppressor attached, but having the suppressor on there causes a tremendous amount of dirt to stay inside the trigger assembly and all the little nooks and crannies of the gun and it is impossible to get cleaned...
  4. Ammunition and Reloading
    Very new to reloading. Dillon 550b is on the way and I have some components stocked up. Hoping to be turning out some rounds in about 2 weeks. That being said, I'm stumped on a brass cleaning method. Initially I thought about a electric tumble, but would have to save up some money for a nice...
  5. Ammunition and Reloading
    I realize that rim fire .22lr rounds are pretty dirty no matter what, but the last box of Remington hollow points I ran seemed to be especially dirty. Any suggestions for something close to the same price range that would burn a little cleaner? I'm kinda tired of my bolt feeling like sand paper...
  6. General Firearms
    My brother-in-law (who is a LEO and a considerable "gun enthusiast") told me the best way to clean my guns was to use a good powder solvent followed by saturating everything with carburator cleaner then lightly oil everything plus a couple of drops of oil in a few key parts (e.g., metal slides...
  7. Off Topic Lounge
    I want to spray paint something that is metal and is much too intricate to wipe down. It's got some oil on it that I want to get off before I spray it. I was thinking CLP powder blast but that leaves some kind of rust prevention film behind. Does brake cleaner leave a film? If so, what else...
  8. General Firearms
    Who can shed some light on this? I hear brake cleaner is fine but I always use powder blast. At $1 vs. $5 per can the savings is right but what about safety on polymer parts? I know powder blast is a bit corrosive to plastic but it hasn't hurt anything yet.
  9. Off Topic Lounge
    I picked one up to do gun parts. Haven't gotten to a gun yet but did my watch and a couple mags. This thing rocks.
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