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Old November 16, 2012, 02:35 PM   #16
JimDandy
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Well part of static builds up from rolling around, and by the way if you're not supposed to vaccuum powder because the static electricity will ignite it, why am I suddenly worried about you and your powder?

Anyway, back on idea... I'm visualizing rather that speaking from experience here So take the theory and apply with hands on experience if you so desire... but I'd wipe down the bigger storage hopper, and that should prevent most of the static from beginning... to get into the smaller areas, I'd either wipe down the outside of a tube hoping it draws the static out, or try a gunsmith's pick you usually use for cleaning. I've got lots of practice using a pick to clean carbon from the nooks and crannies of my 1911's frame.
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