I used to get a chance to fire and clean my rifles, but life has gotten in the way. I spent about 1 yr fixing up my old house and I bought a run down HUD house that was dirt cheap, but needed a lot of work. It's hard to justify a trip to the range when you're cooking on a toaster oven and there's no cabinets in the kitchen. Now that most of the house is finished, my guns have been sitting for unused for about 4-5 yrs. I've oiled them now and then, but I've noticed some rust starting. I'm not looking to bury them for 30 yrs or anything crazy, but I was hurt in a crash, I;ve had a couple back surgeries and I still don't feel any better, so I have no Idea when or if I will get back to hunting and shooting. I've read a little bit about long term storage years ago, but I didn't pay much attention, because I was always shooting. I remember one tip was to give a good cleaning and a heavy coat of oil. Wrap it in plastic and seal it in PVC with a few baby diapers. The diapers were to absorb and moisture to protect the rifles. Something like that would suit my needs. Does anyone have any experience or recommendations. I'll probably pack them all, and leave out a select one or two for home defense. I might even sell a couple that I never use anymore. I bought a couple cheaper foreign military rifles when I was young and broke. Now I have a nicer stuff that I prefer to take out.