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 Post subject: Re: PROCEDURES FOR CLEANING THE RECOIL ASSEMBLY
PostPosted: Wed Mar 07, 2018 3:04 am 
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I didn't clean the recoil tube and spring until at about 4,500 rounds (all trap) when the spring was showing signs of fatigue. I followed the heat gun procedures described here. The spring and tube were both clean. I lightly lubed the new spring and put things back together. I don't anticipate cleaning it again until the replacement spring starts to go. Same with the bolt. Though I clean it regularly, it has never actually needed it. Very little powder residue finds its way into the receiver.




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