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Cleaning a muzzle break

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Replied by MrMarty51 on topic Cleaning a muzzle break


Should work good. the propane BBQ grill, I have one of those grill scrubbers, wire brush device that You fill the handle with water, get the grill good and hot, turn the little valve ot the on position and, scrub, grill becomes instantly clean.
Things is moving fast now.
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Replied by faawrenchbndr on topic Cleaning a muzzle break

Go to the GM or Ford dealer's parts counter. Ask for a can of carburetor cleaner. Not the spray stuff, but the liquid. Place this in a plastic container. Insert the device in the cleaner and soak overnight. Wake up to a carbon free device. Strain and put the cleaner back in the can.

Been using the same can on devices and AR bolts for three years. Nu scrumming, no removing the device. Easy peasy!
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Replied by Siscowet on topic Cleaning a muzzle break

Good idea wrenchbender. Its good to have you back on the forum. Cowboy, you as well. :thumbs:
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Replied by faawrenchbndr on topic Cleaning a muzzle break



I thank you Sir......

***Forgot to add, the soak method also safely and easily cleans the buildup at barrels crown
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