Mossberg 930 Autoloader Cleaning/Maintenance

Discussion in 'Mossberg 930 Autoloader' started by DHonovich, Oct 25, 2011.

  1. LAZY EYED SNIPER

    LAZY EYED SNIPER Overwatch Staff Member Administrator Supporter "Philanthropist"

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    I've been using the Remy Sqeeg-E's for a year or two now in my pistols and long guns. They work really well.

    I also run a bore snake through every firearm while the barrel is still hot before I pack up at the range. Gets a lot of the buildup out of the barrel before it hardens and makes cleaning later a lot easier...
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  2. NorCal707

    NorCal707 .22LR

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    I try to strip/clean/lube no more than 250-300 rounds. Use Slip2000 Carbon Killer/Choke Cleaner as it really helps to cut the carbon build up that occurs. I take the Gas Piston, Rings, Bolt Assembly, etc. and let them soak in the stuff for 20-30 minutes and it really works.
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  3. Abolt

    Abolt Copper BB

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    I just bought a new jm 930 and mine had been fired also. I'll bet they are test fired prior to shipping to you favorite gun shop.
  4. Lefty9

    Lefty9 .223

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    the gas pistons are REALLY hard to get squeaky clean .......
  5. Whitey

    Whitey .410

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  6. Buff Studly

    Buff Studly .410

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    MOSSBERG 930 Broken BOLT ISSUES

    I posted this in a post of its own, but should be put here too.
    Everyone should inspect their bolts for cracks in The 930.

  7. Lefty9

    Lefty9 .223

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    Thanks for the informative Video - but whats with Mossberg insisting you would have to send the WHOLE gun back ? Shouldn't they be ashamed of the crap quality bolt and send you a new one without delay ??
  8. Lefty9

    Lefty9 .223

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  9. Buff Studly

    Buff Studly .410

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    They said since he lived in Canada they couldn't send one because of customs and that he would have to send it to a authorized dealer there in Ontario. The guy said it took just about a year to get his gun back.


    His follow up video



    Buff Studly
    3 weeks ago
    It took a year to get your shotgun fixed? They had it a YEAR?


    [​IMG]

    RINGET4213 weeks ago
    Buff Studly ya how brutal I was writing it off as gone.

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