How to Field Strip and Clean Your AR 10
If you have ever experienced the frustration of misfiring or jamming when you go to the gun range to shoot your AR 10, chances are it is highly likely that you neglected to do one very important thing. I am pretty sure the salesperson where you purchased your rifle told you that it is extremely important that you thoroughly clean your AR 10 or any firearm after every use. Failing to do so will likely be the cause of the aforementioned misfiring or jamming.
The are many moving parts on a rifle like the AR 10 and that means you must keep it lubricated in order to keep wear and tear from wreaking havoc on your favorite shooting rifle. Every shot you take with it disperses a lot of debris all throughout the inside surfaces of the gun. If you allow this debris to build up it can cause serious damage and even make it where the gun will not even fire at all.
Any experienced gun dealer will tell you that it is extremely important to buy a good quality and well-stocked gun cleaning kit before you even fire your AR 10 for the very first time. If you are not prepared to clean your AR-10 rifle after you have shot it, you are seriously asking for trouble. There are many different options when it comes to a gun cleaning kit, but you would be best served to buy a cleaning kit that was designed especially for your type, make and model of gun. This is because most kits come with several types of cleaning tools that are made to clean specific parts of your gun.
The AR 10 is a tactical rifle from Armalite which is an American gun manufacturer that has been making weapons for gun enthusiasts for decades. When it comes to cleaning your AR 10 Tactical Rifle it is extremely important that you completely disassemble it in order to be sure that you get every nook and cranny clean and then lubricated in all of the important places. This article was designed to help you to be able to field strip, clean, lubricate and reassemble a AR 10.