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Tools, lubes, cleaners and spare parts

Postby GoesBang » Thu Dec 12, 2013 6:10 pm

Do any of you carry this stuff to the range with you? Keep it at home?

I put mine together a few months ago and seem to add things as I go.

Part 1
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Multi-tip screwdriver and tweezers
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Files (need some smaller ones)
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Cutters and scrapers
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600 and 1500 grit sandpaper for polishing. The Sharpie is perfect for a 45 caliber feed ramp.
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Numerous internal parts
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Magazine spring and slide release
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SCCY CPX-2-CB s/n 085x (Born on 4/25/13) Receiver replaced 3/14 s/n 129x
Ruger P95PR
Henry Golden Boy H004
Kel-Tec P11/P40
RIA 1911 Tactical FS 45 ACP
RIA M206 38 Special 2"

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Re: Tools, lubes, cleaners and spare parts

Postby GoesBang » Thu Dec 12, 2013 6:17 pm

Part 2
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Widemouth tool bag full of stuff
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Pin punches, small hammer and block of wood
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Hoppe's and MFR 7 lube
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Jewelers screwdrivers
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Picks
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Micro pliers
SCCY CPX-2-CB s/n 085x (Born on 4/25/13) Receiver replaced 3/14 s/n 129x
Ruger P95PR
Henry Golden Boy H004
Kel-Tec P11/P40
RIA 1911 Tactical FS 45 ACP
RIA M206 38 Special 2"

USMC 1976-79 3rd MAW Camp Pendleton, CA
HTTP://www.X-CalibearUSA.com
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Re: Tools, lubes, cleaners and spare parts

Postby GoesBang » Thu Dec 12, 2013 6:20 pm

Part 3

Easy to carry and ready to go.
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A tidy package containing the possibles
SCCY CPX-2-CB s/n 085x (Born on 4/25/13) Receiver replaced 3/14 s/n 129x
Ruger P95PR
Henry Golden Boy H004
Kel-Tec P11/P40
RIA 1911 Tactical FS 45 ACP
RIA M206 38 Special 2"

USMC 1976-79 3rd MAW Camp Pendleton, CA
HTTP://www.X-CalibearUSA.com
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Re: Tools, lubes, cleaners and spare parts

Postby jax gunslinger » Fri Dec 13, 2013 1:36 pm

Naa.... I mostly shoot Taurus products so I don't need to bring my tools to the range. LOL :D
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Re: Tools, lubes, cleaners and spare parts

Postby getvicious » Fri Dec 13, 2013 2:00 pm

GoesBang wrote:Do any of you carry this stuff to the range with you? Keep it at home?

I put mine together a few months ago and seem to add things as I go.

Part 1

Hey GoesBang - would you consider yourself a prepper? I have the same type of stuff you have, but I shoot in my back "yard" - when I go to a friends house to shoot I take some things. It seems we always wind up sitting around cleaning, or tweaking and talking afterwards. I am a prepper (8 years as an ICBM Launch Office, Command Post Chief and Planner will do that to a person) and like to have what I might need handy.

I would make one suggestion - your hammer - I got a hammer with a short handle and it saves a lot of space in my guns tool box and is easier to use on guns (for me).

Something like these:
http://www.harborfreight.com/8-oz-stubby-ball-pein-hammer-95930.html
http://www.harborfreight.com/8-oz-stubby-claw-hammer-95929.html
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Re: Tools, lubes, cleaners and spare parts

Postby GoesBang » Fri Dec 13, 2013 7:52 pm

Not a prepper, but slowly waiting for that SHTF moment.

I've always been a DIY kinda guy so I love tools. My fiancée loves tools too.

The hammer is plenty small for the bag it's in. I might try and find a brass headed or dead blow at some point in time.

I am a USMC vet of the post-Viet Nam era.
SCCY CPX-2-CB s/n 085x (Born on 4/25/13) Receiver replaced 3/14 s/n 129x
Ruger P95PR
Henry Golden Boy H004
Kel-Tec P11/P40
RIA 1911 Tactical FS 45 ACP
RIA M206 38 Special 2"

USMC 1976-79 3rd MAW Camp Pendleton, CA
HTTP://www.X-CalibearUSA.com
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Re: Tools, lubes, cleaners and spare parts

Postby idb6 » Sat Dec 14, 2013 8:23 pm

That's a nice kit. I keep all my tools (used for just about everything) at home, in one place and as organized as possible (note I did not say organized :wink: ). I work/have worked on other stuff like electric guitars, electronics, and bicycle derailleurs, and use many of the same tools on some or all of them, so this works out best for me.

parkerd wrote:Wow! I take to the range: gun, bullets
If something goes wrong I go home


Me, too. I inspect my before making a trip and clean and inspect after I get back home.
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Re: Tools, lubes, cleaners and spare parts

Postby GoesBang » Sat Dec 14, 2013 11:41 pm

The kit does serve other purposes when I'm home.

Since I carry the spare parts in the bag, it's good insurance at the range knowing I can probably fix most malfunctions and be back shooting again soon.
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Ruger P95PR
Henry Golden Boy H004
Kel-Tec P11/P40
RIA 1911 Tactical FS 45 ACP
RIA M206 38 Special 2"

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HTTP://www.X-CalibearUSA.com
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