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    Expert Ggreen's Avatar

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    Rimfire can cleaning, holy cow

    Just cleaned my tb 22td for the first time. Holy smokes what a chore! I probably ran just shy of 1k through it and what a mess. So what's the best way to clean these nasty little baffles? By hand is a cruel joke.


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    Yep, you just learned the down-side of suppressors.

    If you go much more beyond 200-300 shots, you're creating a real chore for yourself!

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    Expert Ggreen's Avatar

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twangbanger View Post
    Yep, you just learned the down-side of suppressors.

    If you go much more beyond 200-300 shots, you're creating a real chore for yourself!
    It won't happen again lol Glocks have ruint me

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    ďThe dipĒ works really well, but very dangerous and toxic. Look it up. Iím too scared after using it a couple times. I wet tumble my aluminum baffles and have had no issues with pitting or rounding of edges like people say will theoretically happen.
    I thought Mosin Nagants came from the earth and there was a limitless supply of this raw fuel?

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    Expert dave29's Avatar

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    Knock the big crap off and put it back together. No reason to make it squeaky clean.

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    Expert Ggreen's Avatar

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    I knocked the bid chunks and gunk out of it, poured some proshot clp on the baffles and put the in a Ziploc for a couple hours. Most of it wiped off after that. Put it back together oiled hope that helps make it a little easier.

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    I've been waiting eleven months to have this problem.
    Medium speed. Moderate drag.

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    Expert ROLEXrifleman's Avatar

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    If itís stainless steel then use CLR on the baffles. Soak for 3 hours and brush off with a nylon brush. Itís toxic but gets the job done n a hurry with no elbow grease
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    Other than physical abrasion, like the above poster who wet-tumbles them, if you have aluminum baffles - it's virtually impossible.

    signed,

    A guy who didn't take care of his 100% aluminum .22 suppressor who he had for years and years and years
    Amazing Grace, how sweet was her sound.

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    Grandmaster BE Mike's Avatar

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    Quote Originally Posted by ROLEXrifleman View Post
    If itís stainless steel then use CLR on the baffles. Soak for 3 hours and brush off with a nylon brush. Itís toxic but gets the job done n a hurry with no elbow grease
    Just to be clear, is this what mean when you say CLR? https://www.walmart.com/ip/CLR-Calci...16&athena=true

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