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Maintaining your guns

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Andy, Dec 19, 2005.

  1. Andy

    Andy Administrative Staff Member Founder

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    So what do you do to look after your guns, what products do you use on the stock and metalwork.
    My guns stocks have all been stripped and then alkanet root oil applied followed by several coats of ultra 'old London' gun stock oil.
    The metalwork just gets a regular rub with an oily cloth, i tend to use all kinds of oils just whatever is at hand. :)
  2. Chael

    Chael Engaging Member

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    Local airgun shop services mine twice a year..

    I use Napier for home matenance
  3. Sam

    Sam Well-Known Member

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    I cheat. :eek:

    Shoot them half to death, generally treat them like tools and nothing more.
    Then when they start to loose form or look a bit tatty, i'll strip em, give them a full service, full reblue and stock restoration, good as new again.

    :D :D
  4. Colin

    Colin Guest

    <gasp!> Heresy!!!!

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