What can use to clean my glock?
Welcome to the forum!Glock_22 said:What can use to clean my glock?
I've heard that it's a bad idea due to the fact that it could cause something to catch in the firing pin groove and causeit not to fire correctly. Keep that area as dry as possible. Less is more on a glock.odgreen said:With a show of hands, who here oils the firing pin?
When you do the ultrasonic. What solvent do you use HS1? Is that a full field strip cleaning...I there such a video on it?Happysniper1 said:I lightly oil the firing pin, as well as the spring, and thoroughly wipe off all excess, because I clean with ultrasonics every time I shoot, and the cleaning process strips all lubricant coatings off.
Never had a problem.
Sounds like we can really save a lot of time and manual labor using this cleaning method. Happysniper1, what brand do you use for the ultrasonic cleaning tub?Happysniper1 said:Full detail strip.
Tap water (2.5 gals in the ultrasonic cleaning tub, with one cap full of Hornady Gun Cleaning Solution), 8 minute cycle, move parts around, another 8 minute cycle, take everything out and rinse in hot tap water, blow-dry with compressed air, lube and reassemble. No scrubbing, no messy chemicals.
Soon as I am done with another How-To for here, I will make a How-To on using ultrasonics for cleaning guns and spent casings.