So, you own a Glock and want to know where to oil it? The answer is: where ever you see fit. There are many different schools of thought when it comes to where the best place for Glock owners to put oil on their pistols. Some people swear by putting oil near the firing pin channel or around the barrel’s locking block; others say lubricated with some sort of light grease in spots like where there is metal-to-metal contact. In this article, we will go over what we think is the best way to maintain and keep it running at peak performance so that you can shoot straight and fast whenever necessary!
– Before cleaning the gun, put on gloves
– Take off the magazine if there is one in the weapon
– Remove any excess dirt from inside the chamber and barrel with a patch that has been dipped in solvent or degreaser
– Insert a thin strip of cloth into both sides of where you’re going to clean with CLP (cleaner, lubricant, and preservative)
How to Clean a Glock
This is how to clean a Glock.
The first step in how to clean a Glock is to remove the magazine and unload the gun. The next step is to use a cloth or cotton swab dipped in rubbing alcohol, with plenty of elbow grease, and thoroughly wipe down the entire exterior of the pistol until it shines like new.
Next, you need to make sure that all internal components have been wiped off as well as possible using paper towels dipped in rubbing alcohol. You want everything from inside your gun nice and shiny too!