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Old January 13, 2013, 09:13 AM   #5
UtopiaTexasG19
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Join Date: July 3, 2011
Location: S.E. Texas Gulf Coast
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I use the CLP on my Glocks as a general cleaner. Spray on lightly, let sit for a few minutes, then wipe off with a soft cotton cloth. Removing the CLP shows all the carbon, burnt powder etc. on the cloth. Then I apply 1 small drop of gun oil to the six points. If you leave the upper end of the glock too wet when re-asembling you sure will know it when you shoot the pistol. You will have lube flinging out for the first 10 rounds or so. In actuality only the parts that move and touch each other while moving need lubrication. Glocks are actually pretty forgiving and once broken in are reliable wet or dry. I prefer it somewhere in between.
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