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    Norton

    Removing rust and grime after 20 years not being used

    I picked up a 1911 Armory made nm. It had beeen in a flood and left on a shelf for years.
    Rusted up tight with empty magazine in it. Slide was

    Norton Today, 07:54 Go to last post
    noylj

    Powder Measures

    The "film" is a dry lube. I have never had to solvent clean a measure after initial cleaning. If you do this, be sure to run graphitized powder

    noylj Today, 06:38 Go to last post
    .45s r best

    Winchester .45 FMJ

    No Niemi, I have not compared my bullets diameter to my barrels diameter. For what it is worth, the Hunter's Supply 230 grain .45 LRN has a diameter varying

    .45s r best Today, 03:25 Go to last post
    Doran

    Removing rust and grime after 20 years not being used

    First I would try Breakfree CLP, soft cloth rags and a toothbrush with the bristles cut to about half normal height. Breakfree CLP softens rust so the

    Doran Today, 01:39 Go to last post
    niemi24s

    Winchester .45 FMJ

    How do the measured ODs of your store-bought lead bullets compare to the groove diameter of your barrel?

    That asked as I'm fairly well convinced

    niemi24s Yesterday, 20:39 Go to last post



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