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What spray cleaner does everyone use on their High Point carbines? I've got some Birchwood Casey Gun Scrubber but it says it may harm synthetics. Thanks.
 

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Water and soap?
 
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What spray cleaner does everyone use on their High Point carbines? I've got some Birchwood Casey Gun Scrubber but it says it may harm synthetics. Thanks.
OK, I'm guessing that you're not really wanting to clean the stock, you're just wanting a gun cleaner that won't harm the stock.

Most of them will do just fine. Breakfree CLP (which I like), RemOil (which I hate), Ballistol (which I love the smell of), Hoppes, even "Ed's Red" will all work just fine for you. Pretty much any standard gun cleaner/oil should be OK.

Peace favor your sword,
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OK, I'm guessing that you're not really wanting to clean the stock, you're just wanting a gun cleaner that won't harm the stock.

Most of them will do just fine. Breakfree CLP (which I like), RemOil (which I hate), Ballistol (which I love the smell of), Hoppes, even "Ed's Red" will all work just fine for you. Pretty much any standard gun cleaner/oil should be OK.

Peace favor your sword,
Kirk
Thanks. You're exactly right, I don't want to "clean the stock", just the action, barrel etc. I appreciate your reply.
 

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Thanks. You're exactly right, I don't want to "clean the stock", just the action, barrel etc. I appreciate your reply.
I use ATF and engine oil for....all my guns.
 
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