Cleaning the Browning 22
As I went through the mechanism getting rid of the cordite coatings in chunks and black smudges soaking through oily cotton rags, I was amazed at the unique genius of John Moses Browning. He had again designed a firearm that could be field stripped with no tools at all. To make such a utilitarian rifle, and to have it so easy to disassemble and clean, yet crafted in such a beautiful manner was art.
Labels: .22 Rifles