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Old March 10, 2009, 04:32 PM   #13
eastbank
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Join Date: February 7, 2008
Location: pa.
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i clean my rem. 58 in a two gallon bucket with dish washer detergent and hot water, take the grips off and submerge,after a few minutes i rotate the cylinder briskly while under water then i take a brisole brush and push it down the barrel and into the cylinder turning it in each cylinder chamber. pull cylinder and wipe cylinder pin and rear of cylinder around the nipples. rinse well with hot water and put on stove burner at low heat,when dry spray with WD40, put grips back on and put away. it takes longer to tell than then to do. i do all but the drying on the stove in the garage ,so the smell is not in the kitchen. eastbank.
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