New Page 2



!!

You are a Guest at TalkHunting

As a guest here, you are able to view some of the topics to get a feel for how this site works. However, you will not be able to post replies until you become a member. We hope that you will register (free) and become a member. This will open up all of the website for you to see. We are a very friendly group and we do not allow any bashing, fighting, or vulgarity. If you are looking for a family friendly site to talk about hunting, you have found it here at TalkHunting. You will find this a very comfortable and friendly place to visit and hang out. We hope to see you soon!

If you are having problems getting registered or you didn't receive your activation email, click the "Contact Us" link at the top left of this page.

New Page 3

Google Ad

Author Topic: Won a inline muzzle loader  (Read 2774 times)

Offline AaronS

  • 2009 Prize Winner
  • Prepper Community
  • 12 Point
  • *
  • Join Date: Aug 2009
  • Posts: 2091
  • Location: Santa Claus, Indiana
Re: Won a inline muzzle loader
« Reply #45 on: December 11, 2009, 09:14:53 AM »
After taking the breech plug out a bunch of times,I have to say it's not that hard or time consuming.

Q:When you shoot balls a lubricated patch is used.On the container I have it says it also is good for the outside of the muzzleloader,my question is when I have the inside of the barrel clean is it better to leave it dry or do you also lube the inside of the barrel?
Also what is this lube made of?,it sure makes the gun look like new again.

lp

If I'm cleaning my ML during season, I leave the inside of the barrel dry.  If I'm cleaning it after season and it's going to sit until the following season, I'll lube the inside of the barrel with the same thing that I use on the outside, Remoil.  Then the following season, I'll run dry patches through the barrel to wipe out as much oil as possible before shooting.
If God had a refrigerator, your picture would be on it.
1 cross + 3 nails = 4given

NRA Life Member
NAHC Life Member
QDMA Member


www.santapawspetpark.com

 

New Page 3

Google Ad