I'm sorry, that's terrible man not even a gun left to blow your brains out with...maybe that was a good thing.I always go the difficult and time-consuming old-school way when I clean a rifle. That would be if I had any. I lost all my guns in a freak boating accident. Hit a swell, the guns jumped up and went right over the side into the deepest part of the lake. It was tragic. So tragic...
Best way to clean a M4?
A) Dont shoot it.
B) Sell it for a better rifle.
CD, I knew I could count on ya'.Do NOT leave Oven Cleaner on it, it takes the finish away.
Whatever you put into the gas tube will be blown out!CD, I knew I could count on ya'.
I'll stop with the oven cleaner right now.
Seriously, I'll look into the mop. I use old tooth brushes on revolvers for hard to hit spots, can do. Should I CLP the gas tube? (Or use the oven cleaner )
hornady make 2 solutions. one for brass cleaning, one for gun cleaning.Got one; used to use it for cleaning brass before I went to wet-tumbling. It now has a new use. Thank you for the tip!
I'd try just dishwashing soap first; I'd leave the BCG in for maybe three hours. I used to do my brass the same way. Set a kitchen timer for sixteen minutes. Cleaner runs only eight minutes, then has to set eight minutes to allow transducer to cool down. Run the sixteen-minute cycle over and over for three to four hours. Even the primer pockets came out spotless.Hornady makes two solutions. One for brass cleaning; one for gun cleaning. Turn the unit on, let it heat up, put your parts in, go have dinner. All the crap just wipes off.