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I picked up a model 44 carbine yesterday as well as a DAEWOO DP51. It was $49 before tax and it is in nice shape. I can't believe the amount of Casmoline on this thing! Anyone know how to get it off? Suggestions on ammo? Accessories?
 

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cosmoline

gun, for years i've used starting fluid( the kind you spray in a carburator to start a car.) if you don't feel comfortable with that, get a can of "birchwood casey gunscriber". i always blow mine out with compressed air afterwards. works like a charm. starting fluid is cheaper! :)
 

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This is a stupid, not recommend procedure, one that I use all the time.
Throw the metal parts in a bucket of gasoline and shake it up.
Works like a charm, and can also blow you sky-high!!! :lol:
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Flyer said:
This is a stupid, not recommend procedure, one that I use all the time.
Throw the metal parts in a bucket of gasoline and shake it up.
Works like a charm, and can also blow you sky-high!!! :lol:
Flyer
HAHA I'll remember to be careful if I don't try it. :wink:
 

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Re:

Flyer said:
This is a stupid, not recommend procedure, one that I use all the time.
Throw the metal parts in a bucket of gasoline and shake it up.
Works like a charm, and can also blow you sky-high!!! :lol:
Flyer
Leave the crack pipe inside when attempting this!
 

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When I was in the army, back when you got giged for having buffalo manure on your piece, we removed cosmoline by diping the weapons in GI cans with boiling water and GI soap then finally in clear boiling water. I never saw one rust from this method. :)
 
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