- Jul 8, 2004
- Reaction score
- GREATER ST. LOUIS COUNTY
WELL,I HAVE LEARNED THERE ARE ELEVENTY THOUSAND WAYS TO CLEAN A RIFLE BARREL. THEY ALL SEEM TO BE COMPETING WITH EACH OTHER TO SEE WHO HAS THE MOST COMPLICATED ROUTINE. I, OF COURSE PRESERVE MY OWN VERY SIMPLE METHOD DESCRIBED HERE QUITE A FEW TIMES AND ON PAGE 93-4 OF THE BOOKI only saw the (patent' breach) pictures this week. An eye opener. I never though about that. it is too bad the modern engineers could not find a way to have a removable breach that looked authentic. I envy how the inline shooter can twist off the plug and run a patch between shots and shoot all day. Easy clean later.
ONE PERSON WAS AWARE OF OF THE COMPLCATION CAUSED BY THE PATENT BREECH, cheers everyone,
I WAS WATCHING TO SEE IF ANY OF THE RECIPES INCLUDEED BOWING TOWARD MECCA BUT NOT ONE SUCH ADVICE SHOWED UP.
I TRRULY HOPE THAT SUBJECT HAS NEEN SETTL
WHEN PEOPLE RESPOND VIA THE alert SYSTEM, NOBODY ELSE CAN SEE THAT REPLY AND SO ONE AFTER ANOTHER I RECEIVED THE SAME MESSAGE OVER AND OVER AND OVER.
I WOULD PREFER CONTACTS BE MADE ON THE MAINDECK OF THE ML FORUM SO ALL CAN LEARNED AS A GROUP OR AT LEAST BETTER THAN ONE AT A TIME,
MY METHOD IS NOT NECCESSARILY BETTER EXCEPT THAT IT IS QUICK AND SIMPLE, CAN BE DONE AT THE RANGE IN A FEW MINUTES. THERE IS NO IRRITATION OF WIFE WHO HATES YOUR FILTHY HOBBY.. THERE ARE FEW OPPORTUNITIES TO not irritate a wife.
If you don't pull rust or the black residue of BP your method of cleaning is dandy. Irritated bride notwithstanding.