I hate to show my ignorance, but can you put the entire action in the ultrasonic cleaner machine or does it have to be taken to pieces? Some of us are better than others using a turnscrew (screwdriver). I’m at high risk for buggering a screw, sadly. BTW, which machine would one recommend? I’ve looked at the Lyman 2500 and Lyman 6000.
Buzz, I too hate to take a complete action apart. I’ve had good luck putting the entire action in the cleaner. I’ll run my Lyman a couple or three eight minute cycles and then take out and rinse under hot tap water, shake out well and then put it under a hot light (200 watt shop light) and dry it. I lubricate lightly all parts and depend on the wicking of the oil to lubricate the hidden parts. Works well for me. And a very good gunsmith put me onto this, he does the same thing when cleaning actions. To each his own….