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THE WIN 100 CAN BE A TRICKY GUN IF NOT FAMILAR WITH IT, REMOVE YOUR STOCK BOLT S THAN PULL YOUR BOLT REARWARD TIL IT RELEASES FROM THE STOCK, FROM THERE I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THE USE OF AN ACTION CLEANER AND AFTER STANDARD BORE CLEANING AND INTERNAL SCRUBBING, SPRAY DOWN /INSIDE AND OUT WITH GUN SCRUBBER OR SUCH, BLOW OUT WITH AIR IF POSSIBLE IF NOT LET AIR DRY, OIL AS NORMAL, REASSEMBLE.

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RON KONTOWSKY said:
THE WIN 100 CAN BE A TRICKY GUN IF NOT FAMILAR WITH IT, REMOVE YOUR STOCK BOLT S THAN PULL YOUR BOLT REARWARD TIL IT RELEASES FROM THE STOCK, FROM THERE I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THE USE OF AN ACTION CLEANER AND AFTER STANDARD BORE CLEANING AND INTERNAL SCRUBBING, SPRAY DOWN /INSIDE AND OUT WITH GUN SCRUBBER OR SUCH, BLOW OUT WITH AIR IF POSSIBLE IF NOT LET AIR DRY, OIL AS NORMAL, REASSEMBLE.

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How does one clean out the gas cylinder/piston?
 
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