smith and wesson mp15 cleaning
just got a new smith and wesson mp15 sport, have a couple of questions about cleaning that i hope someone can answer, the ar15 is new to me.
My son has a sig sauer 522 rifle, it came with a small tube of that is labeled Mil-Comm TW25 lubricant and it suggested that the bolt assembly be lubed with this after cleaning. Is this also something that would be good to use on the bolt assembly for the smith?
I purchased a bore snake and was told by a friend that is the miliatary that they just run them through there guns dry and then work them back and forth about a dozen times to clean out the bore.
Is this a good way, or should you spray the snake with a solvent first, I saw another post on another site where a guy used a foam bore cleaner that he sprayed in and let it soak, then ran a snake through it a few times, put some rem oil on another snake and ran it through, is this a good pratice.
Hate to ask so many questions, but pretty new to this and just wanting to take care of it the best I can. Had another friend who said he just runs a bore snake sprayed with solvent, then cleans it and then sprays the trigger assembly area very well with wd40, then sprays it it out with air.
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