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2201 SW 152nd Street, Suite #3
Burien, WA 98166
USA

Cleaning and Refinishing

cleaning & refinishing

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cleaning and refinishing education

  HOW TO KEEP YOUR GUN CLEAN   Your new firearm has some needs. Ownership comes with the responsibility of keeping your gun in top working condition for safe hunting, as well as overall maintenance to keep it looking like that sweet, shiny gun you chose out of the gun shop. Long hunting seasons and time spent afield either in poor weather or overly hot conditions can wreck your trusted field friend by accelerating the development of unwanted corrosion.

HOW TO KEEP YOUR GUN CLEAN

Your new firearm has some needs. Ownership comes with the responsibility of keeping your gun in top working condition for safe hunting, as well as overall maintenance to keep it looking like that sweet, shiny gun you chose out of the gun shop. Long hunting seasons and time spent afield either in poor weather or overly hot conditions can wreck your trusted field friend by accelerating the development of unwanted corrosion.

  JUST FOR KIDS - CLEANING YOUR FIREARM FOR STOREAGE   After hunting season, it is important to clean your firearm before putting it away for the following hunting season. For new hunters, cleaning your gun can be intimidating and result in many questions…Do I clean breach to muzzle or muzzle to breach? How many patches do I use and how often should I change them? How do I apply solvent and how much is too much?

JUST FOR KIDS - CLEANING YOUR FIREARM FOR STOREAGE

After hunting season, it is important to clean your firearm before putting it away for the following hunting season. For new hunters, cleaning your gun can be intimidating and result in many questions…Do I clean breach to muzzle or muzzle to breach? How many patches do I use and how often should I change them? How do I apply solvent and how much is too much?