If you like to shoot, then chances are you have yourself a .22lr rifle somewhere. If not, then go out and get one. Many of us have Ruger's super popular 10/22 - the be all and do all of rimfire plinkers.
One of the joys of Rimfire plinking is the sheer number of rounds you can send downrange for little money. Walk into any walmart across america (PRNJ exempted) and you can easily grab a 500 round box of ammo for only $5 or $6. The problem is that ammo tends to be a bit dirty and before too long, your magazines will have feeding problems.
Thanks to Hey Pete from The High Road (and gun banning San Francisco no less!!!) we now have a great step by step pictorial on how to do the necessary maintenance.
Hey Pete, Thanks!!!!
and, with any luck, Hey Pete is also going to put together some for these guns as well:
* M1 Garand
* Kel-Tec SU-16B
* Yugoslavian SKS M59/66
* Mosin-Nagant 91/30
* Remington 700 BDL
* Ruger 10/22
* Mossberg 500 shotgun
* Glock 19/Glock 26 (essentially identical)
* Bersa Thunder .380
* (and after it arrives) Browning 1919A4 semi-auto.
Hey Pete, Thanks Again!!!