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Ms. 12 Gauge

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About Ms. 12 Gauge

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  • Birthday April 22

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  1. I definitely love the bore snakes! I just went out and got a cheap ultra sonic cleaner from harbor freight.....I think I like it! I also got a cheap air compressor to help dry parts once it comes out of the tank. I had some grit and gunk in the trigger group of my favorite shotgun. Tossed the whole thing in the tank and ran it for a cycle. Came out looking brand new! A quick and light lube and I'm all done.
  2. I always clean a new firearm partly because of extra thick packing grease and partly because it's a good way for me to learn all of the working parts better. I usually learn my firearm best by taking it apart and putting it back together. It's like I can picture in my head the "guts" of the thing when I'm using it.
  3. Hi! You should keep an eye out for @Krdshrk. He likes to post open invites to shotgun shoots at WMAs. A few of us like to get together once a week or so.
  4. [emoji1787][emoji1787] I might try to swing by and "donate" some shells Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  5. Im trying to make it out there, but it's not looking very good at the moment. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  6. Im not really new to firearms or ownership but I have a weird question and i wasn't sure where else to post it. Currently found a house i fell in love with on the Morris/ Morristown border. Anyone have any experience with getting paperwork processed in either township? Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  7. Im not a lawyer, so don't quote me but pump and not semi auto means good to go? Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  8. [emoji1787][emoji1787][emoji1787] Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  9. No worries, I have no one to blame but myself for not fully clarifying every word I wrote in my initial post. I was just trying to add some more basic advice since the entire thread was mostly going in one direction and perhaps new shooters could benefit from more than perspective. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  10. Oh Rosey!! You're my fav! I had to clarify because my phone was blowing up with notifications because I missed one word: "field" before strip. The banter won't scare me off, I'm a little more thick skinned than that! In response to spending more quality time together, I'll only agree if it means busting clays! And a happiest of thanksgivings to your beautiful wife and family and of course that fluffy kitten of yours![emoji76] Love, Rhi Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  11. #1 semantics: I did say strip and clean. I meant field strip. (My fault for not being clear and precise enough) #2 I stand by at least learning every part in your firearm through the owner's manual, YT videos, watching someone experienced completely take apart a firearm of similar make/ model. #3 I still stand by the fact that this knowledge will help you diagnose issues in the case of a malfunction. #4 NO, I DID NOT suggest anyone fully disassemble their firearms regularly or start manipulating the parts. #5 I'm sorry I wasn't clear or precise enough, I was just trying to contribute and think of different advice. [emoji2356][emoji2368][emoji111] Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  12. But you've learned how to do it at least once.... Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  13. I apologize in advance if someone else said this but I recommend new shooters learn step by step how to strip and clean their firearms. It helps when you learn what all the pieces do, how to take them apart and put them back together again. Sure, some firearms can function for thousands of rounds filthy. But if you learn how to take apart your firearms and put them back together it helps if there's ever a malfunction. There's groups that have have free firearms cleaning classes, there's videos on YT, there's experienced people all over this message board that I'm sure would be willing to help someone learn how to clean their firearms. ( And probably have a few extra dirty ones if you need more practice [emoji1787] ) Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
  14. Yeah, sounds like a quiet morning all around.... Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
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