I try get down to the range as much as i can doing drills and shooting about 100 every second day i want to start combat shooting do i have to clean my g23 every day
Do you own the ultrasonic? If you do are they fairly cheap?As a matter of routine, I always clean my firearms after every use, even if I only fired a couple of rounds.
I use ultrasonics, so it is easy, no scrubbing, no chemical solvents, no mess. But that's not for everyone.
I do recommend paying close attention to the oling points and conservative amounts of oil needed for a Glock.
A clean and properly lubricated firearm is like a well-maintained car, not only does it purr, it gets you from A to B.
If my life should ever depend on it, I am confident that my Glock will not malfunction for ANY reason.
Others may differ in their philosophies...
Most people will buy one, pour water into it, plunk in whatever they are cleaning, turn it ON, and then be disappointed at the results.+1 for Harbor Freight, they are great. Don't put too much stock in the reviews on their website. a lot of customers think a $80 tool should perform as well as a $900 version and last forever.
There are no such things as stupid questions. Stupid answers is a whole other deal...My next question is what parts of your Glock do you put in the ultrasonic? All of them? Do you field strip it first? Sorry if these questions seem stupid. Thank you for your time and help.
At least for the slide itself, this might help to start. This guy knows his Glocks. I am sure there are other, more comprehensive, videos out there as well.sglide05 said:I don't know how to detail strip my Glock. Are there any helpful videos to get me through this?