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So, does anyone else use one? I just got mine in the mail today and have already cleaned several of my toys with it. I have to admit it really does a remarkable job. Much better than I have ever been able to do by hand. I got the Hornady brand one from Cabela's. Here is a link to them:
http://www.cabelas.com/product/Horn...t=ultrasonic&WTz_l=Header;Search-All Products

There are bigger ones out there and I kind of wish I had gotten a bigger one now that I see how good of a job they do. Oh, don't get me wrong all the internal parts of all the weapons I have tried to clean have fit in it except for the buffer tube on a AR. But I still would have been happier if it were a little bit bigger.

Anyway, if anyone is thinking of getting one I highly recommend them at this point. Very nicely done, very fast, and better than can be done by hand.
 

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I was reading about these in one of the latest gun mags. Very cool. I'm glad it's working our well so far for ya.
 

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We had a unit at the PD big enough to do subguns and the uppers from an AR. They are handy units to have. I'm pricing them now for the SO.
Yeah, they are nice to have. They really do a nice job too. Your guys will appreciate them I am sure
 

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Boomer, I got by Harbor Freight this morning and picked up that ultrasonic cleaner. Tryed it out this afternoon and it works great! Can't beat the price.
Thanks for the post. :cool:
 

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Boomer, I got by Harbor Freight this morning and picked up that ultrasonic cleaner. Tryed it out this afternoon and it works great! Can't beat the price.
Thanks for the post. :cool:
Good deal then, no prob.
 

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One of the ranges that I shoot has a pair of cleaners. I cleaned my detail-stripped slide and it really does seem to do a decent job. This was before I learned how to detail strip my receiver, but I'll probably put that through the cleaner eventually as well. I'll have to find out what brand and what solution they use.

Question for the thread: do you you put *every* part through the ultrasonic cleaner or leave some out? I didn't put my recoil spring in it -- actually any spring for that matter.
 
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