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    Quote Originally Posted by HENRY B View Post
    was sold out in a couple hrs.
    You may see it resurface at local gunshows soon...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AFJon View Post
    Not really a good deal since they recently sold non corrosive HXP SPAM cans for the same price. I passed since I don't have a bolt gun
    Just curious. Why would you shoot corrosive in your "bolt gun" if you had one, but not your M1icon, assuming you have one ??? Maybe I am misreading you.

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    Because they are easier to clean with no gas system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HENRY B View Post
    must of been a good deal to some of us. was sold out in a couple hrs.
    $105 shipped for non corrosive HXP in a SPAM can is a better deal, than the same amount of corrosive in a SPAM can.

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    You may see it resurface at local gunshows soon...
    And gun broker...

    Quote Originally Posted by Joe W View Post
    Just curious. Why would you shoot corrosive in your "bolt gun" if you had one, but not your M1icon, assuming you have one ??? Maybe I am misreading you.
    I shoot corrosive in my Mosin Nagant 91/30 all the time. I've got no interest is running corrosive through my M-1's. It's an ease of cleaning thing for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AFJon View Post
    I've got no interest is running corrosive through my M-1's.
    Nor anything else. Just my preference.
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    SHARP SHOOT R WIPE-OUT | Brownells
    i looked up using windex to remove corrosive deposits from a rifle ,and found a article where the author highly recommended this product. i ordered two cans. anybody use windex besides for cleaning windows .

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    Quote Originally Posted by HENRY B View Post
    using windex to remove corrosive deposits
    Must be ammonia that does it?
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    Just use hot water to clean out corrosive salts. Its all I do and I have never had a issue in any of my firearms (from Mosin to Mausers, to SVT-40s). Some people get all fancy with the ammonia etc, but overall it isn't needed and is just a waste of time and money.

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    I do the same as Eaglelord does, though my bottle has a little dawn in it. The only thing that really dissolves the salts is the water. For instance in windex the ammonia isn't doing the work, it's the water carrying it. I can't think off hand any cleaning materials that actually can neutralize the salts by changing their chemical makeup, they just dissolve and sweep them away. My main concern is the escaping gas around the handguard being a bit of a PITA to clean up on the barrel. Unfortunately I missed out on this lot of ammo.

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    Would just require cleaning the gas cylinder and the end of the op rod a little better, I would think. You're going to clean them, anyway.

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Dickicon View Post
    Because they are easier to clean with no gas system.


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    WHy do people have such and adverse regard for cleaning their guns? Is it THAT difficult or such a laborious disliked chore? And this negativity to "corrosive" ammo.......Just clean your gun! You can do it while watching tv. The only extra step is to run something through the gun to neutralize the slats....Windex with ammonia works. well....or hot soapy water....same thing I used to clean my black powder guns with. Seems that gun owners only like their guns if they don;t have to take care of them. I would think that gun owners who take such pride in their guns would enjoy taking care of them as well. That's just me.

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