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Old December 15, 1999, 05:41 AM   #2
Dave McC
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Join Date: October 13, 1999
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Remove the bbl from the weapon. Using a Brass brush or similiar soaked in Hoppe's, run it through several times from the breech end and follow with cloth patches until they come out clean. Use more patches with pil or a wool mop to lube the bbl. Wipe down the exterior with an oily patch. Once assembled, place one drop of Break Free on each action bar and work the action a few times.If the bbl has choke tubes, loosen, remove, oil the threads and replace tightly.

Once a year, or more often if hunting in wet conditions,ESPECIALLY near salt water, drop out the breech block and trigger group. Use Gun Scrubber on these following the directions on the can and relube.
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