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Old November 16, 2012, 12:54 AM   #8
Josh17
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Join Date: February 26, 2012
Location: Colorado
Posts: 126
Quote:
During the fall and spring, your car can go through
the freeze/thaw cycle, at least daily. This might be
a cause for some condensation. I have kept a Glock
in my vehicle quite often. Just take it out once a
month or so and wipe it down. Never got rust on it.
I can't say the same for blue steel guns. I would
wipe them down at least weekly. For true winter,
don't worry about it. The Glocks are very popular
for people who spend much time outside during
the winter.
By taking it inside and wiping it down do you mean Just simply field stripping the Glock and wiping it down to make it dry?

Also yeah I still plan to shoot it whenever I get a chance to keep myself familiar with it and also to ensure proper function. But working 7 days a week I don't get much time at all. So for the most part it will be sitting in my car the entire time.
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