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Those high maintenance gas guns... #5533901 01/11/15 03:43 AM
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Just got done cleaning my SX3, I haven't in over a year but decided I should after stepping on it with black mud all over my boots then cleaning it off in the pond 3 weeks ago. She was still cycling, just didn't have that good sharp "CHINK" sound when closing the bolt (not racist).


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My beretta was DISGUSTING day before yesterday, finally got er clean after I stripped it all the way down


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Go ahead and take the stock off and pull your action spring and clean any gunk. After neglecting the one in my browning gold for 10 years I had to replace it.


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Originally Posted By: Hayraker
Go ahead and take the stock off and pull your action spring and clean any gunk. After neglecting the one in my browning gold for 10 years I had to replace it.


I'll knock that out in 2019

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I'm seriously having to replace my recoil spring at least every two years on my berretta. Done with that thing.

Re: Those high maintenance gas guns... [Re: ducknbass] #5535711 01/11/15 09:47 PM
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Originally Posted By: ducknbass
I'm seriously having to replace my recoil spring at least every two years on my berretta. Done with that thing.


Why? I replaced it once. Thought I was going to need to again this past year, then switched oils. What are you spraying the action with? I use rem-oil now with better success.


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