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    Default Re: Glock 19 G4 first clean, oil and solvent question

    Quote Originally Posted by SLR View Post
    Copper slip is more an anti-seize than a lube
    Its not pure copper slip that they ship with ;)
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    Default Re: Glock 19 G4 first clean, oil and solvent question

    Quote Originally Posted by SLR View Post
    Copper slip is more an anti-seize than a lube, but the gun is fine to be shot as is, just check the barrel is clear as mentioned. You can always follow their lube guide before if you want to

    My barrels have never seen bristle, just a patch after cleaning every few thousand rounds.
    Sheesh! and here I am bristling and patching away after every range day

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    Default Re: Glock 19 G4 first clean, oil and solvent question

    Boresnake FTMFW
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    Default Re: Glock 19 G4 first clean, oil and solvent question

    Google... FTMFW lol.

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    Default Re: Glock 19 G4 first clean, oil and solvent question

    Thanks ya'll

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    Default Re: Glock 19 G4 first clean, oil and solvent question

    Quote Originally Posted by BigT View Post
    Its not pure copper slip that they ship with ;)
    Aha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KnifeOfWar View Post
    Sheesh! and here I am bristling and patching away after every range day
    Dont worry we were all there once.

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    Default Re: Glock 19 G4 first clean, oil and solvent question

    I use a nylon brush as it is less abrasive. Doesn't really matter though as inside of your barrel is much tougher than a copper brush.

    Do not drown your Glock with oil. Once cleaned I dry off excess oil and make sure there is a drop of oil on contact points. Many years ago my boet caused serious malfunctions from drowning his Glock 19 in oil. Gunsmith put it in turps bath twice to remove excess oil but it was never 100% reliable after the "drowning" incident.

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