One of the better instructional post with photos on lubricating a Glock. IMO.
Here's how to lube a GLOCK pistol ......
This is a discussion on Pre-Shooting New Glock Questions within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by cardinalfan After taking a class on 'how to fully disassemble, clean and inspect your Glock' we were told that the Glock needs ...
I didn't when I got mine, I just went straight to the range, but the manual does say you should lubricate first.
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MAN Skin the smoke wagon and start shootin. Its a glock you can't hurt the thing. Now seriously, after making sure it will dry-fire then check and clear the barrel then load it up and let it rip. Clean it 2 drops of oil on each side of the slide and your back in business.
I clean and lube them first be they Glock or otherwise. In the case of the Glocks I scrubbed out the beads of grease that came from the factory and used my own oil.
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