How to clean a double after a rain storm
Hey guys, this is probably a dumb question I should know but I don't. I have a Heym 88B and I'm wondering how you guys clean your doubles after getting caught in a major down poor. Normally I would strip a rifle or shotgun down completely assuming it wasn't too complicated to make sure no moisture was trapped in the receiver to cause corrosion. Now I have no desire to try and pull my double apart, nor should I beyond a basic field stripping to clean the easily accessible areas. What should be done if anything to prevent or properly clean moisture out of the action on a double, if subject to a big down poor for a fair amount of time I would think water would work its way between the stock and down into the action. I have heard that some upper end doubles have gold plated internals for this very reason since gold won't rust.
Anyhow any insight would be appreciated.