Cleaning Your Firearm

Cleaning your firearmYou just got home after a long day of fun and shooting and for most people cleaning your firearm is the last thing on your mind. But the cleaning has to be done.

Thankfully, technology has made some major improvements in this area. Not only do we have a multitude of cleaning agents to choose from at Clothey & Sons Gunsmithing, but we also have many new tools to help us get the job done.

Take a little trip down to your nearest gun store, with knowledgeable associates and fellow gun enthusiasts or gunsmith (we happen to like guns too). And we will be more then happy to explain what’s new and what’s good to use. And remember it’s important to get the right tools and the right chemicals for the job. Getting something close, or using the same brushes you have been using for years isn’t a good idea.

We recommend that you get new brushes once a year or after the stiffness has left the brush. The new brass barrel savers are also good to have on hand to protect your barrel. Keep in mind as you use your firearm, the better you get at cleaning it, and the cleaner you keep it, the longer your favorite gun is going to last and the fewer problems you’ll encounter.

Here’s another tip,  M-Pro 7 promises to cut cleaning time, improve accuracy, and prevent future fouling. And from our experience,  it holds up to its claims. Check out the M-Pro 7 website or stop on buy Clothey and Son’s Gunsmithing inside the El Cajon Gun Exchange, and we will be happy to answer any questions.

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