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Does Anyone Use A Gun Sock?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by phil.m, Feb 12, 2020.

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    I use them for my safe queens, saves a few knocks I suppose. Not found anything untoward with using them.
     
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    My cabinet is fixed in a corner,getting rifles and shotguns in and out can sometimes mean a small knock on occasions.For this reason I have all my guns/rifles in protective gun socks.I have used one that was silicon impregnated but stopped as it made the guns blueing "smeary".
    I just wipe them over with a gun oil soaked cloth before putting them in the sock,no issues after many years of this regime.
     
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    Tend to make your hands oily.
    Ok for guns tho
    Assuming they don't get wet
     
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    Used to use on my powder burners when I was fullbore shooting worked well
     
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    I use them Phil when my rifles are stored in the cabinets and had no problems... have a look around I got a pack of 4 or 5 for about £16 and they do the job :up:
     
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    shadowryder Shootin' the Breeze!!

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    I found them a real pian in the arris to get on and off rifles with scopes fitted.
    JMHO..
     
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    Me too, I just use them for my open sight rifles now.
     
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    Only on the S/Gs as too much of a pain in the arris on a scoped rifle. I'm too tight to buy a premade sock, so our lass made me up a few using Religrip tubular crepe bandage that I sprayed with Ballistol :up:
     
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