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New article - Homemade Firearm Cleaners & Lubricants

Post by chuck » Sat 13 Feb , 2010 4:47 pm

I received permission to copy a really interesting article that has the formulas for cleaners and lubricants used in firearm maintenance. Lots of these materials would also lend themselves to automotive uses.

http://flashoffroad.com/Articles/firear ... leaner.htm
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Re: New article - Homemade Firearm Cleaners & Lubricants

Post by h1sp » Mon 15 Feb , 2010 7:13 am

Nice
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Re: New article - Homemade Firearm Cleaners & Lubricants

Post by doctoroctos » Tue 16 Feb , 2010 10:51 pm

I have 3 gallons of used ATF from this past weekend. Anybody have any ideas on what I can use it for? If I can't find any uses I will recycle it (dispose of with the city).

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Re: New article - Homemade Firearm Cleaners & Lubricants

Post by h1sp » Wed 17 Feb , 2010 7:45 am

We use to burn with it.

I would not put it in the tank.

http://flashoffroad.com/Diesel/DieselFu ... l_fuel.htm

some do, but not sure the value would off set the chance of clogging something up.
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