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When I was kid, dad always cleaned the guns, so my experience in learning to clean firearms started in basic training on the M-16A2. I've watched a few videos on cleaning the Tavor, and it just seems like it's too simple, like I'm missing something.

Does anyone have a link to a video or instructions on what they know to be thorough cleaning of a Tavor?
 

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You can always clean the Tavor the way Uncle Sam taught you and me how to do: take a bronze brush and start scrubbing the finish off metal parts until they're nice and shiny.

Otherwise, stick with the operator's manual. It's that simple. Same thing with most rifles that aren't owned by Uncle Sam. There's cleaning and then there's stupid cleaning.
 

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Thanks guys. I keep looking for a place where carbon builds up on the piston, but don't see that anywhere. The SCAR 17 is my only other piston weapon and it always has a LOT of carbon build up on the gas regulator.
 
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