Cleaning Your AR-15
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How to Clean an AR-15 Rifle
You can purchase a complete gun cleaning kit that includes all the supplies you need to clean your gun, pistol, shotgun or muzzleloader. With a kit, you have brushes, drill coils, rods, punches and other various and other things you need besides your consumables such as solvents, lubricants, cleaning care, etc. The disadvantage of buying a prefabricated kit is that you will find that most universal cleaning kits will contain a few extra brushes and coils that you do not need.
TAC Shield offers a cleaning kit that comes in 17 pieces and includes the aforementioned drill brush, slotted patch tip, percussion pin and rifle mop. If you do not yet have all these cleaning agents, you can buy a gun cleaning kit, assemble one or buy individual cleaning accessories. Whether you are a high-volume shooter and need to thoroughly clean your gun, or you are like me and enjoy the Zen-like process of cleaning your gun, you will want to build the perfect set for your needs.
You will want to adapt your caliber and caliber size to the cleaning kit and tools. Cleaning a gun is a process that varies from person to person, so it is best to build a kit that suits your own needs. Your cleaning kit should be delivered with a brush, but a stiff toothbrush will suffice in a pinch.
If you need to clean your AR, we have developed a first-class AR15 cleaning kit. If you do not need extreme precision cleaning for your rifle, the prefabricated kit works flawlessly. You can also use it to clean any other rifle or shotgun you own.
Competition shooters and mass production users need special universal cleaning kits. Building your own kit may be more expensive than buying a kit, but it will make your AR-15 cleaner more efficient. If you only want a basic kit and do not plan to use your weapon frequently, you will be satisfied with a prefabricated cleaning kit.
The Real Avid Cleaning Kit features an AR-15 pistol tip and a rod-based system that is compact enough to take you on the road. No other cleaning kit is so comprehensive, and cleaning your AR15 is so much easier.
I like to keep four rags for cleaning the rifle, so you don’t have to constantly run back and forth to wash oil and debris with a rag for each step. Move your gun away with a drop of lubricant during cleaning.
After cleaning, charge the rag handle and smear with cannon oil on the upper receiver. Your brush, drill coil, rod (including the brush that pierces the drill coil) and other items you need to clean your AR-15. Once all parts have been cleaned and inspected, they should be lubricated at the contact points with a light layer of cannon oil before being reassembled.
We have portable kits that can be used on site, and extensive kits for thorough cleaning at home. If for some reason you do not have a cleaning tool, you can make your own cleaning kit in the store or get a pre-made cleaning kit. When the screw and hammer are released, it is confirmed that the rifle is clean.
Once the ammunition has been removed from your cleaning area, be sure to check the gun chamber before proceeding to the next step. Use a rag or a chamber brush to clean the chamber and barrel extension to rid it of carbon deposits. If you own a handgun or standard rifle, you already have most of what you need to clean your AR-15.
Magnetic parts racks prevent small weapon parts from being lost during cleaning. Many accidents happen while the gun is being cleaned, so make sure the ammunition is removed from the gun. The bore can be cleaned by passing one additional patch after another and soaking the gun in oil or lubricating oil to protect the bore.
The attached shelf is an oil-resistant surface that allows you to clean your weapon without ruining the kitchen table. The Bore Snake Cleaning Brush is an excellent tool to reduce dirt and scratches on the bore. Maintenance and cleaning of firearms extend the life of your weapon and increase its overall reliability and safety.
After cleaning your AR-15, it’s time to keep the gun in a safe, dry place. Provided you are a responsible gun owner who knows how to clean your firearm properly.
Watch the video below to see how Kyle DeFoor recommends cleaning your AR15 platform. Click here for a simple explanation of how to remove your charging handle. After punching, remove the buffer, the buffer spring and the buffer tube.
The screw should slip easily, so you should not have any problems the first time. Birchwood Casey Gun Scrubbers are working to eliminate congestion and improve accuracy.
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