Gunsmithing fundamentals : a guide for professional results by Franklin Fry

By Franklin Fry

Discusses the artwork of gunsmithing with expert effects.

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Unless shot a lot at one sitting (or standing), the higher calibers don't seem to collect a lot of "junk" in the action. 22 automatics do. Powder, carbon, and bullet lubricant form a sticky base that accumulates dirt. 22 ammunition and automatic actions make this buildup hard to prevent. Automatic pistols should be fired with very sparingly used lubrication. Any wear that takes place by being under-oiled will be less than by being fired loaded with gooey, grimy, grit-laden oil. More automatics are damaged by over-oiling than by being shot dry.

His voice was gravelly, loud, and menacing. " A quick blast of the garden hose got rid of the bigger sandy lumps, a sharp probe picked out most of the solid caked oil, and a thorough dousing in the cleaning tank got rid of the rest of the gritty stuff. —it worked. I have often wished all my jobs were as easy as this one. Ownership of a firearm should encompass a sense of responsibility for its use and care, including keeping it in good operating condition. From a dollar-and-cents point, a well-cared-for firearm holds its value better than one that has been neglected.

Push tight-fitting patches through the bore to remove carbon and any other residues left from firing that have been loosened by your solvents. Use a brush and solvent around automatic gas ports to remove carbon buildup. You may be surprised at how tough it is to remove baked-on carbon, but keep at it. It's got to come clean. Receivers and action parts of automatics seem to pick up more strange dirt than pumps. It seems to be a function of the speed in which the action operates. This dirt will slow down the action and cause ejection problems.

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