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gun maintenance
« on: November 23, 2012, 06:15:20 am »
it's that time again. twice a year i clean/lube my stash of zombie repellents if i use them or not. a job but needs to be done even thou they slumber in a temp/humidity controlled environment. ==sheriff==
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2001 Dakota - 4.7v8 - 82k miles - auto - ac/cruise/od/tc lock.
1988 d150 -- 500" mag- MSII-SEQ port fi - eagle stroker-srp pistons-comp hyd roller cam/lifters/roc/gm coil paks "R/T-rapid transit"
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he/she who wastes time picking fly-shit out of  pepper will be left in the dust.
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    Re: gun maintenance
    « Reply #1 on: November 23, 2012, 07:18:03 am »
    Hehehehe, nice. See couple what looks to be couple kalashnikov actioned bullet launchers, always a good choice. Enfield possible, Garand or springfield, of course a AR based rifle. Dig the contender, what the hell caliber is that cannon? Looks like a man after my own heart, large caliber revolvers.(big fan of wheel guns by the way) Only one that gets me is the pimp gold wheel gun. That kinda throws me a little. Is that for when you're feeling a little "sassy"? ;)

    I'm shopping myself. Only have roughly 8 long guns and 4 sidearms but, I'm proficient with all of them, and my son does pretty good. The wife, she recently showed an interest so she's in training now.(think we found her a sidearm, s&w SD .40 auto) Only one more rifle I want, M1A. It's a must.

    I have kept my caliber choices narrow on long guns. Shotguns all the same, rifles, well, I slipped for a while but am now trying to standardize and keep it to 2 calibers, 7.62 and 5.56. Makes life a little easier. Sidearms, yeah, all over the board there but I reload for them so it doesn't matter. ;D

    Nice collection you got there though. I'll be doing maintenance on mine after deer season.
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    Re: gun maintenance
    « Reply #2 on: November 23, 2012, 01:20:54 pm »
    Maintain mine twice a year also after sitting in the cabinet. i have several that were given to me by my grandfather and they have much more sentimental value than anything. the rest are either for hunting or apocalypse!
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    Re: gun maintenance
    « Reply #3 on: November 23, 2012, 06:15:46 pm »
    Hehehehe, nice. See couple what looks to be couple kalashnikov actioned bullet launchers, always a good choice. Enfield possible, Garand or springfield, of course a AR based rifle. Dig the contender, what the hell caliber is that cannon? Looks like a man after my own heart, large caliber revolvers.(big fan of wheel guns by the way) Only one that gets me is the pimp gold wheel gun. That kinda throws me a little. Is that for when you're feeling a little "sassy"? ;)

    I'm shopping myself. Only have roughly 8 long guns and 4 sidearms but, I'm proficient with all of them, and my son does pretty good. The wife, she recently showed an interest so she's in training now.(think we found her a sidearm, s&w SD .40 auto) Only one more rifle I want, M1A. It's a must.

    I have kept my caliber choices narrow on long guns. Shotguns all the same, rifles, well, I slipped for a while but am now trying to standardize and keep it to 2 calibers, 7.62 and 5.56. Makes life a little easier. Sidearms, yeah, all over the board there but I reload for them so it doesn't matter. ;D

    Nice collection you got there though. I'll be doing maintenance on mine after deer season.
    the handguns on top shelf are l to r. tc - 44mag,  rug super blackhawk - 44mag, kimber royal carry - 45 acp(never fired-custom shop gun), blank space for my carry gun is a kimber ultra carry - 45 acp, walther ppks - 380 auto, taurus - 38spl (wifes gun), ruger blackhawk - 357 mag, kit gun philly derringer - .41 cal, kit gun brass frame - .36 cal, walther ppk - 32 cal (wwII relic - early 30's, baby browning - .25 cal, ruger mkII - .22 cal.
    long guns - stevens 12 ga (father in law's old sg), h&r trooper - 410 ga (my sons 1st gun), m1 carbine - .30 carb cal (made by IBM, remington 742 - 3006 cal, ruger autoloader - 44mag, jc higgins - 12 ga, enfield - 303 brit, bulgarian slr95 - 7.62 x 39, traditions bp - .50 cal, remington 1903 - 3006, ruger 10/22 - .22 cal, sako (finland) - 300wm, gustaff sweedish mauser - 5mm, remington m1 garand (tanker mod) - .308 cal, bushmaster xm15 - .223, norinco sport mod - 7.62 x 39 (will accept both ak mags and drums. yes there were a few not visible in the pictures. only a couple of other guns i would like to find in excellent condition. first would be a k1 mauser and second a p38. i am about as bad for guns as i am for old dodges. ==sheriff==
    « Last Edit: November 23, 2012, 07:01:48 pm by sheriff »
    1967 r/t -- owned since new -- completely stock --58k "asleep-not dead"
    2001 Dakota - 4.7v8 - 82k miles - auto - ac/cruise/od/tc lock.
    1988 d150 -- 500" mag- MSII-SEQ port fi - eagle stroker-srp pistons-comp hyd roller cam/lifters/roc/gm coil paks "R/T-rapid transit"
    1979 red exp-rescued-by barn
    he/she who wastes time picking fly-shit out of  pepper will be left in the dust.
     pics - clk on green

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    Re: gun maintenance
    « Reply #4 on: November 23, 2012, 06:43:24 pm »
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    Re: gun maintenance
    « Reply #5 on: November 23, 2012, 08:12:26 pm »
    I do the same for mine. Used to think a well oiled gun in a controlled environment could be ignored ... till i found some rust dots poping up. Especially on the older ones that have some of the blue worn off.   Cant have that. Too expensive of a toybox not to properly maintain.
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