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    ATEC cnm4 mod cleaning

    Hi all,

    Do any Atec owners clean their mods after a shoot? If you do then how do you clean them?

    Thanks,

    Chavez

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    i dont have an atec but with my ase i just flood it with whatever ,wd ,tt,legia,etc stand muzzle down on rags and drain dry,all crud blasts out on first zero shot, doug,
    DONT START

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    I just spray some WD40 in both ends when ive had a shot through it and occasionally i take it apart and grease the threads
    "A life is like a garden. Perfect moments can be had, but not preserved, except in memory." LLAP Leonard Nimoy 1931 - 2015

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    I keep the threads between the sections greased, but I just don't understand people's obsession with cleaning moderators.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 20-250 View Post
    I keep the threads between the sections greased, but I just don't understand people's obsession with cleaning moderators.
    Same here, perhaps a little grease on the barrel thread & your good to go.

    Buck.
    "let him without sin cast the first stone"





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    Never cleaned my A-tec, just as stated I grease the threads every other time when I remove/replace it on to the barrel. Never had a problem so far but I did have a section loosen last time I took it off so just greased that up too and tightened up, one thing to watch out for though is the threads, they are very sharp!


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    I wouldn't go back to a stripable mod, the amount of time people spend checking if there tight or checking that they havnt locked together while we are out shooting is unreal

    just a non strippable, non rusting fit and use mod for me why do you need the hassle of stripping a mod for just to wipe of a bit of residue


    I dont spray anything in mine all I do is pull it thru with the snake that's it and in the cabinet it goes

    i clean all the muck of the crown religiously every outing and a drop of 3 in 1 oil on muzzle threads which I consider more important

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    Thank you!

    I'll be blasting it with legia going forward then.

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    If you really want to clean it, just strip it and stick each section in an ultrasonic tank. Grease the threads before you put it back together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mChavez View Post
    Thank you!

    I'll be blasting it with legia going forward then.
    I don't see what that will achieve

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