AR Ejector Help

This is a discussion on AR Ejector Help within the Defensive Rifles & Shotgun Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by HotGuns Years ago, before the Russians changed to a different laquer, it was quite common. I've seen gun gunked up horribly by ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by HotGuns View Post
    Years ago, before the Russians changed to a different laquer, it was quite common. I've seen gun gunked up horribly by melted lacquer. Many here are too young to remember, but if you are shooting some of the older surplus stuff, its still a concern.
    I wasn't aware of that. Thanks.
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    I think that some confuse the polymer finish with the old laquer finish. The polymer finish was a vast improvement, it wasnt even in the same league as far as gunking up a gun.

    Still, there is a lot of old surplus stuff in the spam cans that date back to the cold war sitting around in warehouses and in peoples stashes.
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    This was "the fouling point" for Tula in my M&P Sport chamber. Had to knock it out with a rod. I just run a chamber brush and bore snake after I shoot, haven't had it happen again.

    Sent from up range, at about 3100 fps
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    Update - 200+ rounds of brass case ammo fired with no issues at all.

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    Update - 200+ rounds of brass case ammo fired with no issues at all.
    I have no issue believing that.

    Its funny how it all works out sometimes.
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    AR Ejector Help

    Brass is better! :) good to hear its running for ya.
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