Carbon removal

#6
Hot water works a treat, easiest way I found. Make sure you dry the "item" and oil it nicely afterwards though.
 
#8
Can anyone tell me where to buy that red carbon removing scouring stuff? Does a good job, but I can't find out where to get it.
Stuff to remove RED carbon or Red stuff that removes carbon?

Are you trying to get rid of carbon, rust or copper fouling?
 
#10
Cillit Bang for GPMG gas parts, works a treat. Just remember to rinse it off properly though
 
#11
Cillit Bang for GPMG gas parts, works a treat. Just remember to rinse it off properly though
Naughty naughty! You'll be telling people to to take weapons in the showers next or suggestion someone 'borrows' a big **** of tub of catering vinegar from the slops next :)
 
#13
Naughty naughty! You'll be telling people to to take weapons in the showers next or suggestion someone 'borrows' a big **** of tub of catering vinegar from the slops next :)
That method was suggested to me by the former WO PSI of 63 Sqn, I would NEVER, EVER, EVER use such methods to clean weapon systems. EVER!! (And my arse is a banjo!)
 
#14
These any good?

5350-99-224-9721 Grain abrasive emery flour 50g bag
6850-99-220-2659 Corrosion removing compound Phosphoric acid derusting solution 5 gal drum
7930-99-224-9416 Cleaning compound solvent detergent DIPSEC
 
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Tinman74

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#15
These any good?

5350-99-224-9721 Grain abrasive emery flour 50g bag
6850-99-220-2659 Corrosion removing compound Phosphoric acid derusting solution 5 gal drum
7930-99-224-9416 Cleaning compound solvent detergent DIPSEC
Belt sander always worked for me, then you can t cut the scratches out!!
 
#17
use scoc and get px-36 through the system, will look for nsn in morning
PX 36 is more for prevention/preservation rather than removal. However - does exactly what it says on the tub:

ROCOL WEAPON GUARD 36 500ML DEF/STAN-91-103/1 PX36 8030-99-051-9497

Rocol Weapon Guard 36 is a weapon cleaner, lubricant and corrosion preventative.
Rocol Weapon Guard 36 is a lubricating oil and corrosion preventative for large calibre weapons (30mm plus), also used for cleaning the surface of barrels and breach mechanisms.

Features:

Temperature range -40°C to 50°C
Suitable for weapons above 30mm calibre
Excellent residue removal from barrels and breeches
Provides lubrication and corrosion protection
Water displacing
Approvals and Specifications
Meets the requirements of: DEF STAN 91-103/2: JSD: PX36
 
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Tinman74

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#18
PX 36 is more for prevention/preservation rather than removal. However - does exactly what it says on the tub:

ROCOL WEAPON GUARD 36 500ML DEF/STAN-91-103/1 PX36 8030-99-051-9497

Rocol Weapon Guard 36 is a weapon cleaner, lubricant and corrosion preventative.
Rocol Weapon Guard 36 is a lubricating oil and corrosion preventative for large calibre weapons (30mm plus), also used for cleaning the surface of barrels and breach mechanisms.

Features:

Temperature range -40°C to 50°C
Suitable for weapons above 30mm calibre
Excellent residue removal from barrels and breeches
Provides lubrication and corrosion protection
Water displacing
Approvals and Specifications
Meets the requirements of: DEF STAN 91-103/2: JSD: PX36
You tell all the women that you clean your weapon with that??
 

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