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Question Cleaning Air Rifle Interna Parts: What To Use And What Do You Use?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by shadman, Jul 11, 2019.

  1. shadman

    shadman Member

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    *any additional input would be appreciated *


    When cleaning the interals of an air rifle I use birchwood casey degrease, wet and dry sand paper, emery paper and drill or a lathe also helps for spinning the piston for a superior finish as I presume most of you already knew this but I have had people ask me previous to this post on what I use and how I do it so if someone gets some help from this post then it's worth it



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  2. brent

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    I use a scotch pad instead of wet and dry
     
  3. monsta41

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    dont make it too smooth, the lube needs somewhere to grab onto or after a few shots there will be none left
     
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    I've found carb cleaner is the best at £1 a tin

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    Or that Uber grease remover for ovens, spray the artical in a big Sealy bag and leave alone for a cuppaT then wash with running water.
    Brillo pads are pretty good.... Failing that, Phosphoric acid Gun Blue remover will shift Everything.
    Be safe.
     
  6. Gaz2121

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    Brake cleaner in 5L tins . Great for everything.
     
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