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A Clean Gun Means a Clean & Safe Shot

You are only as good as your equipment—this is gun ownership 101. Not only do you need to know how to handle it safely, you must also keep it maintained and cleaned thoroughly and often. 90 percent of the time, a dirty gun is the cause of a mechanical malfunction. In many cases, it is …

Cleaning and maintenance isn’t the most exciting part of owning a gun, but it’s essential. You should clean your gun after every hunting or shooting session, and then perform periodic basic maintenance routines. This will extend the lifespan, accuracy and functionality of the weapon. The work can be time-consuming, but it will improve your shooting …

Unless you’re fond of shooting out someone’s eye, regularly cleaning your shotgun is a must. Granted, not every speck of dirt, gunk, rust or grime may have the power to mess up your gun badly enough to blind someone, but three major dangers can quickly evolve into hazardous situations. The Repercussions of Rust Rust on …