A Quick Guide to Cleaning Your Reloading Equipment (Press)
Firearm Reloading Equipment Cleaning and Maintenance: The Key Concepts to Focus on
- A clean work area
- Lubricating oil
- Cleaning solvent
- Rags or paper towels
- Old toothbrush (optional)
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Currently, we are sold out of solvent trap products and have not restocked due to solvent traps being mentioned in the final rule. Armory Den sold solvent traps for cleaning and dry storage solutions, and we plan to continue selling solvent traps once our company has completed our final review. Solvent traps are legal and harmless products. However, it is our responsibility to do our due diligence in order to understand if changes need to be made prior to continuing operations. We will continue to provide updates and we thank you for you patience.
Solvent Traps were mentioned in this rule, which went into effect on August 24, 2022: 2021R-05F, Definition of “Frame or Receiver” and Identification of Firearms.
Final Solvent Trap Orders Were Shipped on 08.15.2022.
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