Gun dishwasher!

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    Gun dishwasher!

    How about you all chip in, and buy this for me for my birthday!!

    Seriously though, this would probably be geared more towards large gunshops that do much of this kinda work.

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    I own an AR, M1 Garand and M14/M1A but no Assault Rifles. As long as they are not full auto I don't consider them as assault rifles. We hurt ourselves when we don't make the distinction.
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    Sounds like something best employed by a gun range. Would have to be a large gunsmith shop to need/afford that puppy.
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    Here is a full list of their products:

    http://www.policeproductscorp.com/catalog/catalog.html

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    Since it is a Police supply I can understand the Assault Rifle referance. The Police may legally have Assault Rifles.

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    I like to call them Homeland Defense rifles. 2nd Amendment rights and all....

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    While it won't handle my AR, my wonderful wife gave me an ultrasonic hand gun cleaner for Christmas. Nice unit.

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    can't you just use a regular dishwasher? like for plates and crap?
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    Until my Glock manual says to clean it that way it won't happen here. There's nothing wrong with gun oil & some good old fashioned elbow grease IMO. Just my $.02

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    gun cleaning

    Quote Originally Posted by bluelineman View Post
    Until my Glock manual says to clean it that way it won't happen here. There's nothing wrong with gun oil & some good old fashioned elbow grease IMO. Just my $.02
    i agree with ya there, a little time and elbow grease i can clean
    my glock pretty good.
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    I have an ultrasonic for my handguns. I love that unit. I keep bothering my dentist buddy to find me one of the their ultrasonic cleaners big enough to put my rifles in. I wouldn't spend the boku $ for one like that, but I would try to find a a different purpose used ultrasonic cleaner that would fit my rifles.

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