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    Posted: 18 February 2006 at 1:47pm
OK So, This is not something that you would put on your hammer, recievers etc... What I mean is something that you would put in your ASA(And quite a bit) Then dry fire your gun to distribitue it and eventually get rid of all the dirty paint, oil and cleaner, Mind you afterwords you would have to put a drop of oil in, but if this worked You wouldnt need to fieldstrip your gun as often
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if you could find a substance that wouldnt gunk up your precious valve, than that might be a pretty cool idea. till then, you have to worry about the valves and such.
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Where would all of the paint and debris go after the cleaner is applied?
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Originally posted by hybrid-sniper hybrid-sniper wrote:

Where would all of the paint and debris go after the cleaner is applied?

When you dryfire, It would shoot out of your gun and into your barrell if you dont remove it

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or you could just dryfire... blow the crap right out
then oil it and your set.
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Originally posted by Ilford Rule Ilford Rule wrote:

or you could just dryfire... blow the crap right out
then oil it and your set.



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it's a good idea and i like it though im not sure that it would work

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Originally posted by SSOK SSOK wrote:

OK So, This is not something that you would put on your hammer, recievers etc... What I mean is something that you would put in your ASA(And quite a bit) Then dry fire your gun to distribitue it and eventually get rid of all the dirty paint, oil and cleaner, Mind you afterwords you would have to put a drop of oil in, but if this worked You wouldnt need to fieldstrip your gun as often

i can see where your going with this, but why not just maticulously clean your lovely part by part. 

one of the worries that i would have with this is the fact that most cleaners can gum up after a while and mix with other chems and turn hazardous to some rubbers, metals, or plastics...

once you can get that worked out you have to find a way to perfectly and exactly distribute the cleaner through all the valves, hoses, and fittings which probably wouldn't happen...



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or you can listen to me... and then use h4h's idea to "meticulously clean".

dryfiring already dislodges crap and blows it out. then the oil oils it.
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