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Been a while since I ventured to the ol gun safe, never had any issues with moisture before however I noticed on guns with muzzle breaks and flash hiders the copper residue turned a nice shade of lady liberty. Nothing a good scrub didn't remove and all the rifles got a deep clean and rub down just to be safe. That copper fouling can get in some cracks and crevices that's not normally hit with a regular clean. Shotguns and rifles that only shoot lead rounds were obviously unaffected this time. Lots of moisture and humidity happening these days.
 

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One great thing on our house we have two Air exchangers with humidity controls , , one upstairs , one down , saying that once a month I take the time to pull everything out and check them and wipe them down after they were dismantled after season ends for full cleaning , usually then a 3-4 day process . I know everyone don't have the time , but with rising costs on them to replace , it's well worth the extra care .
 

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One great thing on our house we have two Air exchangers with humidity controls , , one upstairs , one down , saying that once a month I take the time to pull everything out and check them and wipe them down after they were dismantled after season ends for full cleaning , usually then a 3-4 day process . I know everyone don't have the time , but with rising costs on them to replace , it's well worth the extra care .
Turdboy has three more yrs so by the time he’s done ya won’t be able to replace them. That SOB NO GOOD F-ING SON OF A WH—- will ban all firearms then come after our bows!
 
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That's always a great idea guys !!! I also do mine several times a year Walter. Not willing to take the chance on my beloved investment(s)
 
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