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How do you dry and treat the interior of your water cooled to prevent rust after use?
It's a lot more fun! I love it when I get the steam working!Great more money for Lou then lol... as i have decided to build one of my 1919 kits into a water cooled.... dammit I have a problem lol
Right on! Ill try that. I use a hair dryer clamped in the german AA tripod strap in the front hole at home after a shoot before I put It away. If Im out in the field I drain the gun and fire short belts every once and a while in the empty water jacket. I dont think It hurts anything and gets some heat In there to dry It.Bigblock,
Only fill it 1/2 full..It will steam a lot sooner. ...I can't afford all that ammo either....Lou
Now there is someone that really loves to shoot!!10 4 on the antifreeze. I have been using it for the last 5 yrs. I just drain the water from it when its hot and add a little antifreeze then slosh the thing around and just wipe things down when you clean the gun. PS I use water in it just to make steam. In facted at the last winter shoot at Minong WI it was 12 below and the steam was coming out and rising then turning to snow. ya got ta love shooting in the north country in the winter. Badger Bob