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Old January 7, 2013, 09:33 AM   #9
drail
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Keep a large freezer bag in the car and place the gun in the bag every time you take it into a warm building and let it reach room temp before you open the bag. No condensation on the gun. Of course this means the gun will not be immediately available. If there is ANY moisture in the gun it will freeze up solid. Try to come up with some way to NOT leave the gun in the car (not for freezing prevention), for theft prevention. I have had too many cars broken into by idiots just because they believed they "might" find something valuable. It's a very serious risk. And some lubes will turn into glue when the temp drops enough. Either gun will be the same as far as freezing, design does not matter.
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