Complete information on the operations and maintenance of the M40A1 sniper rifle. Facts about your sniper rifle. Sniper Scope. Repairing the Rifle. Cleaning the Rifle. When and How to clean the M40A1.
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Forum Rules. About Contact Advertise Store Register. Remember Me? Advanced Search. Handgun Maintenance, Cleaning and Gunsmithing. Page 2 of 4 First 1 2 3 4 Last Jump to page: Results 11 to 20 of Thread: how often to clean a unshot carry gun? Originally Posted by Firefighterchen. Is it the powder or the corrosive primers that suggest the need for cleaning twice? Does the advancement in ultra sonic cleaners negate a second cleaning? Originally Posted by Arc Angel.
Do whatever you like! As I said: 'This is old information'; it's been around for a long time, and applies to BOTH corrosive and noncorrosive primers. Attached Images. Join Date Dec Posts Join Date Apr Posts 1, I clean and lube my pistols after range shooting. Then every 3 weeks I just break them down and put a drop or two of oil on the rails.
Firefighterchen, I spent a little time looking around the internet. These barrels did tend to be more accurate; however, raw moly is both more wearing, and hygroscopic. Consequently, moly-coated barrels invariably tended to wear out faster. Join Date Oct Posts 3, I clean mine once a month even if I don't have time to go to the range.
If I don't shoot, I re-lube every three months, even though there's no need. Join Date Apr Posts I shoot my carry gun regularly and typically clean it right afterwards. If I didn't, I'd probably take it down once a month just to refresh the oil. I've never heard this before, and Google didn't come up with anything quick. Do you have a source I can read more about this? It's amazing how ego gets in the way of information. I'll post this in the right thread, and remove all the insults.
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US Marine Corps FMFRP 0-11A - M40A1 Sniper Rifle - April 1989
U.S. Marine Corps M40A1 Sniper Rifle 7.62mm