Gun cleaning and ammo?

Discussion in 'Ammo & Reloading' started by vanessab, Jun 13, 2012.

  1. vanessab

    vanessab New Member

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    What does everyone use to clean their Glocks and what ammo do you use for plinking?
     
  2. dutchs

    dutchs Well-Known Member

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    https://www.glockforum.com/forum/f10/lets-discuss-cleaning-maintenance-6015/

    Try here for cleaning

    Take a look through this subforum ( I moved your post here for better answers) and you will see everything you want to about AMMO.
    Or you can watch as the guys tell you!! They will give you a ton of Info.!
     
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  3. Hollen

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    I use hoppe's no.9 solvent for the barrel. And rem oil for the gun.

    Amo I use winchester white box from wal-mart for target practice.
     
  4. noob

    noob Noob the forum boob

    For cleaning I use rem oil

    For range shooting I use Winchester fmj 115 gr 9mm

    For SD/HD I use( dont bash me it's what I can afford) Remington UMC JHP 115gr also 9mm

    This is for my Glock 19
     
  5. Dan75719

    Dan75719 New Member

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    I bought a Hoppes kit that I use for cleaning. I use the bulk Federal or CCI for my M&P22 and the cheapest 9mm I can find for my glock 19. I prefer the Blazer, the PMC Bronze, or the American Eagle for 9mm.
     
  6. Glock38

    Glock38 New Member

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    I use hoppes as well and hornandy critical defense for my carry ammo. Hope this helps.
     
  7. g21redman

    g21redman just wants to watch the world burn.

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    I just use the Glock cleaning brush and a rag.... and as far as lubricating I use MILITECH-1... and as many ppl say on here the container actually says apply shoot wipe dry to avoid sand and dust contamination.
     
  8. SHOOTER13

    SHOOTER13 RETIRED MODERATOR Sponsor Lifetime Supporting Member

    Breakfree CLP for light cleaning...Ballistol for deep cleaning.

    FMJ ( any brand ) ammo for plinking...HP's for SD...( Hornady Critical Defense in my G30SF )
     
  9. Happysniper1

    Happysniper1 New Member

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    Ultrasonics for cleaning guns and brass for reloading.

    Gun Butter for lubing her up.

    It will change your life! :D

    Cheers!
     
  10. Argyle64

    Argyle64 New Member

    Break cleaner for the inside of the barrel then some CLP through it. CLP for the slide and outside of the barrel. No chemicals for inside the frame, just patches and Qtips. If I'm really lazy then I just throw it in the ultrasonic cleaner.
     
  11. Captain

    Captain New Member

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    This is the best kept secret there is in gun cleaning. Developed by and sold by an ex-nav seal. Since I found out about it I don't use anything else.

    http://www.froglube.com/roothome.htm
     
  12. william488

    william488 New Member


    me too. I also have used the UMC from walmart for target practice, never had an issue with them either. I don't have alot of experience, actually little, lol but I use the same chemicals that Hollen uses because I have seen many here say they work great.
     
  13. chuckds

    chuckds Certified Glock Armorer

    FrogLube is great stuff, been using it for about a year now.
     
  14. RRoss

    RRoss If it goes boom or bang, I want to play with it! Lifetime Supporting Member

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    I'm going to really mess with your head a bit...
    For cleaning I use rubbing alcohol (90%) and for lubricating I use a dry lube called Lab Lube which is a teflon powder that sticks to most surfaces of the gun but doesn't attract dust or hold powder residue. My after range routine consists of an old toothbrush and a couple qtips with alcohol.
    Had no problems with this method.
     
  15. For ammo, I couldn't even tell you how many brands I've used in my Glocks, all I can say is I've not had a single problem of any kind with either of my Glocks no matter what ammo I use.

    To clean, I just use a garden hose. Ok j/k about the hose, I use either Hoppe's #9 or Ballistol. But you really could get away with using just a hose to clean a Glock.