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Old August 9th, 2018, 12:22 PM #41
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For anyone that is wondering what Bradd and I are talking about.

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Old August 9th, 2018, 04:30 PM #42
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You clean your 10/22?
I know, right?

Before I started shooting again after moving to Maryland, I had my 10/22 in a gun bag. It had been 1988 since I shot it last.

I got the gun in 1982, and never took out the bolt to clean.

Never gave me an issue, and in 2010 when I started shooting again, I just put some oil in there, and away I went.

I have since done full cleaning on it. But yeah.
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Old August 9th, 2018, 04:45 PM #43
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At Rimfire Central there are a couple of drilling jigs free for the members to use. Submit your name to the list and they will send it to you. The jigs have been to almost, if not every state, in the union.
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Old August 9th, 2018, 04:46 PM #44
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Never had that much trouble with any of them, although I did order a new Mk Hunter, the one with the single-button takedown, so I will be curious how it compares to the MkII and IIIs I've had.
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Try one of these http://gunsmithertools.com/gunsmithe...bar/index.html I own one and it works great.
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Old August 9th, 2018, 06:03 PM #46
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Let's see you reassemble one of his Mark I , II, or III .22 pistols.


I did it once, back in 1984.
No joke. Those where the most common pistols brought into my shop for reassembly. Usually they came in to the shop in a plastic bag or a box along with the very frustrated owner saying I think I found most of the parts can you put it together?
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I've been shooting my 10/22 for over 30 years and have never stripped it down for a detailed cleaning. I normally just clean the bore Hoppes, wipe everything down with a light coat of Remoil, and put it away for next time. It's been 100% reliable, never a hiccup, never a jam, and very accurate.
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I liked my 10/22, but the 15-22s are soooooooooooo easy to clean. Hornady One Shot is a great cleaner for those of us who don't want to break down to clean all the time.
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This must be the first time on MDS I've ever found something easier than everyone else, apparently. I have no problems field stripping my 10/22 - it's a little slow because of needing to pull it out of the stock and keeping track of the pins, but I feel like everything more or less fits together like I would imagine it should.
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This must be the first time on MDS I've ever found something easier than everyone else, apparently. I have no problems field stripping my 10/22 - it's a little slow because of needing to pull it out of the stock and keeping track of the pins, but I feel like everything more or less fits together like I would imagine it should.
Taking it apart is easy. I do struggle sometimes to put the bolt back in with the spring and guide rod.
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