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Storing rifle...for long term.

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  • Storing rifle...for long term.

    Storing the gun in a soft cloth can cause rust because the fabrics collect the humidity. A few days is fine. If the cases are your only option, then it is best to get some silicone treated gun socks for each gun else get assistance from the storage space providers. Also, clean the rifle perfectly and oil it before storing.
    If you are opting for long term storage, don’t lubricate it entirely. But you have to apply a thin coat of lubricant to the exterior. Too many lubricants can cause damage to your rifle.

    Breaking down the parts and storing is the best method. Also, remember to remove the fingerprints and sweat from the gun body by gently rubbing with a soft cloth. Use ammonia free products for the cleaning. Then lubricate the gun. Don’t use any petroleum-based products because it can ruin the plastic and synthetic stocks. You should check the stored rifle periodically.