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Lots of people say how to effectively clean a gun, and there's even an article about it on field and stream, but how do you clean a gun with a nickle plated barrel. Also, for a break barrel how do you clean where the barrel connects to the stock. I'v

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  • Lots of people say how to effectively clean a gun, and there's even an article about it on field and stream, but how do you clean a gun with a nickle plated barrel. Also, for a break barrel how do you clean where the barrel connects to the stock. I'v

    Lots of people say how to effectively clean a gun, and there's even an article about it on field and stream, but how do you clean a gun with a nickle plated barrel. Also, for a break barrel how do you clean where the barrel connects to the stock. I've got a cva wolf that I can't clean quite as good in the action as I want, and I don't want to take the barrel off because I don't want to re sight in the scope.

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    Youtube, you can find all you need and more on Youtube.

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      In situations like that I use the appropriate size paint brushes and K-1 kerosene.

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        Why would you remove the scope to take the barrel off of a CVA Wolf?
        The scope is attached TO the barrel!
        Removing the barrel "should not" affect "zero".
        It doesn't faze the zero on my H&R Handi-Rifle .22 Hornet.

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          Originally posted by FirstBubba View Post
          Why would you remove the scope to take the barrel off of a CVA Wolf?
          The scope is attached TO the barrel!
          Removing the barrel "should not" affect "zero".
          It doesn't faze the zero on my H&R Handi-Rifle .22 Hornet.
          I had the same reaction.

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            Originally posted by FirstBubba View Post
            Why would you remove the scope to take the barrel off of a CVA Wolf?
            The scope is attached TO the barrel!
            Removing the barrel "should not" affect "zero".
            It doesn't faze the zero on my H&R Handi-Rifle .22 Hornet.
            Doesn't taking the barrel off mess up the sight on the scope?

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