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Glock lubrication guide

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#61 mattyj513

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Posted October 03 2013 - 02:59 PM

Try this with a 1911 :)

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just gonna leave this here...
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#62 FULL METAL JACKET

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Posted October 03 2013 - 03:02 PM

Pffff.... Single drum...... That all you got :)

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Posted October 03 2013 - 03:41 PM

Were you running sand filled mags in your LE class?

The course was outdoors and magazines dropped during the three day course. Could be the 1911 operator wasn't cleaning his pistol.

#64 nyc_dawg1997

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Posted February 15 2015 - 03:53 PM

No arguing between gun owners, preferences cant be debated, im a glock anf mossberg500 owner, and if i have the money sig p226 would be next on my list if not Canik55 9mm is my next gun to buy.

Love kimber 1911, but to damn expensive and love xD 1911.. I think those are sexy... So... Bottom line i like firearms in general.

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Posted February 15 2015 - 04:35 PM

No arguing between gun owners, preferences cant be debated, im a glock anf mossberg500 owner, and if i have the money sig p226 would be next on my list if not Canik55 9mm is my next gun to buy.

Love kimber 1911, but to damn expensive and love xD 1911.. I think those are sexy... So... Bottom line i like firearms in general.


Holy necropost dude....

And yes....Sigs are certainly better than Glocks.

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#66 NRATC53

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Posted February 15 2015 - 04:40 PM

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#67 Dchilde

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Posted February 15 2015 - 05:23 PM

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Posted February 16 2015 - 12:10 PM

Saturday I detail stripped and cleaned my G19 for the first time ever. I've been waiting until I had a 1000 rounds through it to do a thorough strip. I also carry this gun sometimes with an IWB holster at home mostly or on the way to the range so it does collect dust and the normal accumulations from such activity. Been hesitant to do this just because I never have and pulling apart the inner workings of the trigger mechanisms can be intimidating.
I was amazed at how easy it was. I decided that while it was apart I would do a .25 cent trigger job on it and watched a bunch of videos. Cleaned and polished up the appropriate areas and put her back together with zero difficulty. Love my Glock.
On another note I also field stripped my Ruger LC9S and stripped the slide for a cleaning too. What a pain. I almost lost my extractor by shooting it across the room. Almost shot my cats eye out with the extractor spring. I love the gun but it is not very user friendly when it comes to detail stripping. I didn't even bother with the frame, just cleaned what I could. Can't wait till the single stackGlock comes out.


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#69 nyc_dawg1997

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Posted February 17 2015 - 11:27 AM

takes it to dry clean :triniti

#70 SigSauer228

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Posted February 17 2015 - 12:26 PM

Should've bought a Sig

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Posted February 17 2015 - 12:30 PM

Holy necropost dude....

And yes....Sigs are certainly better than Glocks.

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Posted February 17 2015 - 12:44 PM

I still havnt cleaned, lubricated, or shot my g19 yet. I hear you are supposed to leave that coppery looking stuff that it came with from the factory, that its some sort of lube. Do I even need to do anythin with it since its brand spanking new, or just take it to the range and send some lead down range? I mean, its a glock, arent you supposed to treat it like a $2 wh^%$?

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Posted February 17 2015 - 01:20 PM

I still havnt cleaned, lubricated, or shot my g19 yet. I hear you are supposed to leave that coppery looking stuff that it came with from the factory, that its some sort of lube. Do I even need to do anythin with it since its brand spanking new, or just take it to the range and send some lead down range? I mean, its a glock, arent you supposed to treat it like a $2 wh^%$?


I was told the same thing years ago when I bought my new gen 2 G19. I don't care. I clean every new purchase before I use it. You can buy more of that copper stuff if you want (Loctite C5-A) but I didn't bother with that either. Never had a misfeed.
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Posted April 15 2020 - 06:13 PM

I was at a major USPSA match back in the 90's, and a top competitor who will remain unnamed had a vendor table with his "racing lubricant". It was Type F automatic transmission fluid, actually worked pretty well...….







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