Cleaning materials 

To keep your guns as long as possible, remember to maintain them at the end of each shooting session. For your air guns, avoid letting them cock, in order not to damage the spring. Use a cord or a brush to clean the barrel, and a little fine oil for the outside of the weapon. The maintenance will be the same for your CO2 weapon, for which we advise you to remove the CO2 cylinder at the end of the session, in order to preserve the seals. For your black powder weapons, a complete cleaning is necessary after each session, to prevent the powder from drying and sticking. You will find a specific solvent to help you remove any residue. Discover below our maintenance products for black powder guns, pistols, revolvers and pellet rifles.

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