Cholo":2wuzc7gu said:Just give it a good scrubbing with your wife's toothbrush and some Outers. No wife? Use one of your old ones. If that doesn't do the trick I've used some plastic "dental picks" bought from Midway. Every gun owner should have some.
BTW: I'm not married anymore goin' on 18+ years. :wink:
I've come to pretty much the same conclusion with my .22 revolvers. I use Hoppe's to get off what I can and don't worry too much about the slight discoloration. My guns are for shooting, they're not museum pieces.7tcu":n1dzlsyc said:I don't bother anymore. If you are always shooting it, then it's a waste of time.
Nogunsmith4me":lcqcu4c0 said:Having hard time :evil: .... How do I remove all that black stuff on the front of my GP100 cylinder after shooting 100 rounds of .38 Is there an easy way? Looks like if it glued to it.