Cleaning your revolver.


flounder22

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I`m sure that this has been covered many time in the past here but I am now an owner of a Taurus M85 Ulita-Lite stainless 38 SPL. First revolver that I`ve owned in 20 years, shoots great and I like it a lot. Please let me ask, what steps do you guys use now a days to clean your revolvers (without pulling the side plate) and what products do you use? Thank you for any and all advice on this. Karl :)
 

DrDavidM

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I clean the barrel and the cylinder with some Hoppes, then wipe the frame with a pad with some hoppes and I'm done
 

kwo51

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Me to very little maintance. M27 S&W was 25 years old before side cover was removed.No problem.
 

boilermaker449

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I clean most of my pistols with Gunzilla

I picked this stuff up at a gunshow and thought it was a gimmick but after using it that stuff is very slick, cleans well, and does not leave a residue at all. I bought several more bottles. I think it is a very good general purpose 3 in 1 cleaner. I heard it does not work extremely well on heavy bore cleaning needs but for everyday cleaning this stuff is definitely worth checking out. www.gunzilla.com
 

2075RAMI4ME

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I picked this stuff up at a gunshow and thought it was a gimmick but after using it that stuff is very slick, cleans well, and does not leave a residue at all. I bought several more bottles. I think it is a very good general purpose 3 in 1 cleaner. I heard it does not work extremely well on heavy bore cleaning needs but for everyday cleaning this stuff is definitely worth checking out. www.gunzilla.com
+1 on the Gunzilla. I've used it for several months now and it works great. It's a good general purpose cleaner and lubricant. The best part is that it's pretty much odorless, so you don't gas the whole house while cleaning your guns.:eek:
 

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