Removing duct tape residue.

From: Jeffrey S. Worley <>
Date: Tue Jan 28 20:15:01 2003

Now THAT is one I've never heard of. I have a bottle hanging around
somewhere and I'm just itching to try it out.

Guess you are a gun nut also. I have an 1891 Argentine Mauser bolt
action (7.65x54mm), an 94' Winchester lever action in cal. 30-30, a
Reminton Viper in .22, and a .380 Llama blowback pistol. All are very
nice. The Mauser will pierce a 1/2 inch steel plate with no sweat. I
was impressed. I haven't shot it much though. It hurts and the rounds
(San Francisco is what they are called) are hard to find outside of gun
shows. Even then they are mostly military surplus. I've not had any
mis/hangfires but I bet I will with 50+ year old ammo.

One thing I like to do is go and blast dead hard disks. Poetic justice.



-----Original Message-----
From: []
On Behalf Of Jim Arnott
Sent: Tuesday, January 28, 2003 8:45 PM
Subject: Re: Removing duct tape residue.

For cleaning computer plastics, the absolute best product I've found (in

the US) is Hoppe's No. 9 Powder Solvent. Found at your local sporting
goods store. Even removes PERMANENT Sharpie.

Received on Tue Jan 28 2003 - 20:15:01 GMT

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