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Old 04-30-2010, 11:35 PM
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The Biathlon basic is really my first rifle and I am wondering how often people clean it and what with. I don't really have a mentor on anything, so I may well have to ask a lot of questions here.

I probably have discharged about 200 rounds so far.
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It should be fine, I have gone as high as 1K rounds before cleaning mine. The BB is a great rifle.
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It should be fine, I have gone as high as 1K rounds before cleaning mine. The BB is a great rifle.
Thanks for the reply, how would you recommend cleaning it when it is time? Links welcome. I leafed through the BB manual, seems like a lot of warning against oil. Someone else used oil and copper brushes then dried it with swabs. Not really sure what all should be done to keep it accurate. Any tips probably would be helpful.
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Gun Cleaning Kit ... Manufacturer's Instructions

A good start would be to buy a fine name-brand cleaning kit and related supplies.
And, to visit the manufacturer's site.
Usually, the manufacturer will provide basic/general information on how to use their product.
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