The soldier's love for firearms is not only reflected in the sophisticated shooting technology, but also the care and maintenance of firearms. Well-maintained firearms can save lives at critical times, otherwise they are likely to "strike" at critical times. First, after getting a gun, the first thing to check is whether there are bullets in the magazine and bullet chamber, and the second thing is to check whether there are cracks and solidity on the outside. The third is to check for oil, dust, etc.
Maintenance is divided into two parts, one is after shooting and the other is not used for a long time. Long-term firing barrels may leave oil stains, and gunpowder residue will be left in the gun after the bullets are fired. If not cleaned in time, the longer the time, the higher the rate of firearm failure. The oil will solidify and block the barrel over time. Failure to clean up in time may cause the weapon to explode.
If not used for a long time, you need to put gun oil on important parts to ensure that the gun will not rust. Guns that have not been used for a long time must not press the fire, otherwise it will be very easy to catch fire. Generally, if it is just a target shooting fan, the thimble will be taken out after each shot to ensure safety.
The main component of gun oil is generally polynitro silicon, which is generally not harmful to the human body. In fact, gun oil is also an ordinary lubricating oil added with some minerals that can play a cleaning role, such as CLP maintenance oil. CLP-ME series maintenance oil is based on synthetic oil and added with a variety of synthetic formulas. It maintains the traditional non-toxic, mild texture, neutral, environmental protection and other functions, and will not endanger the user's health. On the other hand, when the weapon is firing, the gun oil can increase the lubricity and reduce the wear of the parts. Its unique sand-discharging properties have greatly reduced the shooting failure rate.
Many gun enthusiasts know that guns should be coated with gun oil after wiping, but some people mistakenly believe that more oil is better than less. So he oiled the gun in excess and painted the gun as if it had just been removed from the tank. You know, doing this is absolutely harmful. Guns are more oiled, which is not only inconvenient to use, but also very prone to problems.
If it is in areas with large wind and sand, the gun oil is coated more, and the gun body will be stained with sand, which will cause early wear of the moving parts. Although the current gun oil will no longer freeze and freeze like the previous gun oil, you still need to be careful when using it, and do not let it touch the trigger of the bolt gun. The high-quality trigger manufacturing process is very precise, and a little foreign matter may make it inoperable.
The purpose of gun oiling is mainly to isolate the metal from the moisture or other harmful substances in the air, prevent rust, and ensure the movement of the parts is flexible. Therefore, as long as the gun is evenly coated with a thin layer of oil, it can play a protective role.