That's a great idea!! This sucker is caked up something nasty
Interesting idea. My SD can is sealed so I may atleast try this stuff on the exterior of the barrel and give mine a few sprays fwiwWatch at 1:14, there's your preventative!
Watch at 1:14, there's your preventative!
Precisely why I got rid of mine!No matter what you use or do, SD's need to be cleaned often to avoid the build up of carbon.
Lol if you think the SD experience is all about db levelsPrecisely why I got rid of mine!
There's no denying its one of, if not the, coolest looking MP5 variants, but damn its a PITA to keep clean. Hell, I even think about picking up another one from time to time... That's how strong the pull is!
However, the MK-9K on a standard MP5 with Special K is fun to shoot as well and just as quiet in my experience... Plus your pushing a 147gr projectile instead of a whimpy 115gr at subsonic levels.
Its quite the dilemma though!
^^^^I second this ^^^^I got tubing that just fit over the barrel and cut teeth in it to cut the carbon. Works great.
Right, cavitational attack is a real concern for soft metals. Additionally, the typical fluids used in ultrasonic cleaners can damage aluminum. You can run it with just warm water, and there are aluminum-safe fluids...just shop carefully. It's no guarantee as the compositions of aluminum vary, but you can put some aluminum scraps in there to test it. If the aluminum is being compromised you will most often see a "tail" or "stream" emanating from the part.I don't think ultrasonic cleaners and aluminum mix well.