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Old 08-24-2018, 10:39 AM   #1
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How to Properly Clean a Firearm

Hey Guys, so i made this video to demonstrate how to field clean a firearm, after going to the range or monthly maintenance. this is the most asked question i had in my shop. how do i clean my firearm and what products and procedure should i use. so i figured id make this video to help some of you out. now this is a basic cleaning, i still recommend you do a detail cleaning once a year where the firearms is completely disassembled to the last spring and cleaned thoroughly, lubricate, and inspected for wear. if you are not comfortable tearing your firearm apart to that extent. take it to your local gunsmith to have it done, the service is not that expensive. I hope you guys enjoy the video, and please hit the subscribe button to keep up to date on all new videos i put out. Thank You guys for all the support.

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I just got through watching your video. I clicked on the upper part of the link to get to it where the https is.
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I just got through watching your video. I clicked on the upper part of the link to get to it where the https is.
Yeah, link isn't right (embedding a vid is always iffy...) If you click on the vid and get the static and "not available -- the icon YouTube shows up at the bottom right -- clicking the icon will jump you straight TO YouTube, where the vid runs fine!

Good video.
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Old 08-29-2018, 11:51 AM   #4
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I just got through watching your video. I clicked on the upper part of the link to get to it where the https is.
SnowTao is correct, you can also go to Youtube and type in The Hobby Gunsmith in the search bar and look for my logo.

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Yeah, link isn't right (embedding a vid is always iffy...) If you click on the vid and get the static and "not available -- the icon YouTube shows up at the bottom right -- clicking the icon will jump you straight TO YouTube, where the vid runs fine!

Good video.

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