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SelaDuckSlayer

New Benelli Owner Questions

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Well i did it, i bought a Supernova and have to say i absolutely love shooting it and cant wait for the season to open. Now i normally clean my guns with Break Free CLP, but i have never cleaned a camo surface before. Does anyone know if its safe for my to apply a light coat to the camo? Sorry if this has been brought up before, if it has just post a link up and this can get locked. Thanks and happy hunting/shooting

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I first clean mine with a damp cloth then let it dry. I then take a rustys rag sheepskin and wipe it down. The rag really seems to make it look bend new. The supernova will only get better as you shoot it more. My dad bought an 870 when I got my shotgun and we have about the same number of shells through them. My supernova is smooth as butter and his 870 although a good gun seem to have some catches in the action.

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No need to lubricate the outside. If it gets dirty, use a damp rag. If it gets really dirty, use some mild soap and water, and then wipe clean with the damp rag. Enjoy your new toy, and welcome to the world of Benelli..Mike

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Quick, simple, and great replies. Thanks a lot guys. Answered my question perfectly. And i definitely have no doubt ill get more and more addicted to my Benelli.

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Well i did it, i bought a Supernova and have to say i absolutely love shooting it and cant wait for the season to open. Now i normally clean my guns with Break Free CLP, but i have never cleaned a camo surface before. Does anyone know if its safe for my to apply a light coat to the camo? Sorry if this has been brought up before, if it has just post a link up and this can get locked. Thanks and happy hunting/shooting
Breakfree CLP won't hurt your camo finish....Breakfree is all I use too.

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