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Category: Gun Cleaning
The Guru shares his tricks that keep firearms looking new.
The lab guys got ahold of our suppressor and looked for ways to make cleaning easier. What we ended up with was the super-secret scientific way, one that involved a bit of soaking and scrubbing and one simple option that many handloaders may already have around their homes.
The Guru takes on Barrel Break-In Procedures.
Reece Talley, a California Hunter's Safety instructor, shares his experiences with Blackhorn 209 while teaching another generation of hunters.
Our intern's M1 Garand was in nearly perfect condition, but it had a bore fouled with copper from years of shooting without cleaning. Copper Killer and Copper Cream were up to the task.
This story comes from a California-based writer, but this problem exists throughout the country. Leaving trash after a shooting session hurts everyone who enjoys the outdoors and creates a negative impression of shooters as a group. Protect our sport and clean up after shooting. An Ethical Responsibility for Recreation Target Practice By Sterling White […]
Proper cleaning extends barrel life as well as maintaining accuracy.
Jim Waddell loads for an old favorite, The .25-20 Winchester.
Knowing the twist rate of your rifle helps with bullet selection and maximizes accuracy. Finding the rate involves a few simple tools common to all shooting benches and a couple of minutes. It’s time well spent. This is one of the few times that it is acceptable to use a cleaning rod from the muzzle […]
A simple, clever tool for cleaning: The Calbico F1.