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    @ abbas

    bro you did not mention any thing about frame and slide cleaning...

    do you use same powder solvent for slide and frame cleaning???

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    SP bro,check the pics again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vik
    SP bro,check the pics again.
    in pics cotton bud is used for oiling not for cleaning,

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    Shotgun experts like 12gauge are requested to please post a similar tutorial for shotguns (semi auto/pump/dbbl). Please direct me if there's already any..
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    Can anyone tell me how to clean the firing pin area, and do we have to oil that too? i have taurus 809
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    And this is a gr8 post, no doubt
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    This is a realy helpful tutorial..i would just like to ask about those handguns which havent been cleaned in ages...is there any way to remove rust ?? my fried gifted me a .22 spanish handgun..it fired smooth..but it has stains of rust on it..is there any way to remove those rust stains?? ive already dipped it in diesel..
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    Welcome back Daishe007.
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    Advance skills are the basics mastered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vik View Post
    Welcome back Daishe007.
    thanks brother...i read all the threads regularly..all u guys are doing is realy informative..keep the good work up !!
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    i have stripped my .22 star pistol..bt now im unable to bring it back to one pielce..i-e the barrel of the pistol is realy hard to get back in...tell me wether the barrel goes in with the slide or the barrel has to be inserted after the slide is fixed...i dont know wot sort of science has been used in it
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    Daishe bro, post pictures of disassembled gun i.e. slide pics from inside and front, barrel from down where locking lugs are, frame from top and of the take down pin.
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    THx for the post.

    I had a question:
    Do we oil the side of firing pin that the hammer strikes?
    And can u write a review on cleaning mags?
    Also, How much clean the barrel should be, Like when i throw light to it, should the grooves/inside be shining like glass, or can I see some rough dots on it?
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    Thank you Jawad, hoping to see you soon.

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    Exceptional presentation....

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    Good pics too.....

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    Father of Guns @Abas bro i just saw the method of cleanig the gun. bro i i m using Arms and amo since 1988 but i really did,t know about the proper cleaning method. Jadoon told me abot that but solvent like thing was diffrent. anyway thnx alot for proper guide line. hope see u soon INSHALLAh with other Hazara Guns Club members. u wer axpected 2 come here in Shimla resart but ...... anyway i hope we will meet soon
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    Dear Zarak,

    Thank you for the kind words, looking forward to seeing you soon.

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    Brothers,

    There is another good cleaning agent besides WD-40. It is called BRUNOX and it is available with Buksh Elahee Lahore.

    It is specially made for guns and seems to do a great job with cleaning guns. I use it on my pistol and shotgun as well.

    Just my 02 cents !

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