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Old 02-04-2008, 12:53 PM
Dawn2Dusk
 
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Default Cleaned "Turkey Shotguns" @ Lunch...

Went home for lunch and, even though I cleaned them after season last year, I spent 30 minutes cleaning two of my more used turkey shotguns at lunch.

> Oiled and cleaned the outside
> Oiled the slide rails
> Brass brush scrubbed the inside of the barrel after spraying some powder dissolver down the tube
> Removed the choke tube, applied some anti-seize grease on it
> Swabbed the barrel out with large, oversized patches until they come out clean with no oil residue
> Checked to make sure everything was good and tight
> Placed a small drop of oil inside the hole of each swivel stud

They are READY to go come March!!!
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Old 02-04-2008, 01:29 PM
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good deal...i still have to get mine to the shop and get worked on.

What mfg/model is it?

What's the issue?
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