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Moscart storage

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Hi all,

I have recently become the proud owner of a madbull moscart shell.

What I'm not sure about is whether to store it with some gas inside like a GBB mag or to store it in the fired empty state.

Can anyone advise me which would be best for the grenades wellbeing?

Cheers all,


No-ones got any idea? really!

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I'm not sure as I've never used, but I'd presume it would be the same as for gas magazines. They work similarly so treatment would also be similar or the same.



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A smidgin of gas and a drop of lubricant on the O-rings does nicely.



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it makes no different to me.. oring is about 10p each.. you can find it in most hardware store.
the only problem is leak from the filling valve, so I suggest dont fill it with gas. but half drop of silicon oil on the valve.

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