Hey TGT patrons, <----NOT THE ATF Over the years I've come across many types of "non corrosive" ammo. Some types seem to be like any other ammo and some will rust and pit your rifles naughty bits within a matter of days. Just curious what regimen others employ when using surplus ammo that sits on the corrosive side of the scale. As with many things there are a lot of myths out there about what to or not to use. Windex? Ammonia? Water?...or just the regular gun scrubbers (Hoppes/CLP). I'll admit that I am NOT one of those guys that comes straight home from the range and spends the rest of the day cleaning what I just used. I take care of my stuff but I'm not anal about it. I'm currently watching an AK that I used Herter's "non corrosive" 7.62x39 in. The firearm has been kept in dry cool conditions for 5 days now and seems to doing ok. What has ya'lls experience been with Herter's?