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This is a discussion on Dirty magazines within the Firearm Cleaning & Maintenance forums, part of the General Firearm Discussion category; I haven't used Break Free but Gunzilla has worked wonders on all of the gun parts I have tried it on. Dry, but slippery!...

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    I haven't used Break Free but Gunzilla has worked wonders on all of the gun parts I have tried it on. Dry, but slippery!
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    Running a silicon cloth through them every so often has always worked well too.

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    I disassemble my Glock magazines every now and then. I let 'em hit the dirt a lot. Run a cotton rag through the body, and maybe slick them up with some Son of a Gun or Armor-All.

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    I took mine apart and treated everything with Militec and now all they need is a very light oiling. Everything treated with Militec cleans much easier also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pikachu711 View Post
    This does raise a point of CC that I have had since I have started carrying my G26 as my EDC firearm.

    How often should we be submitting our EDC handguns to a gunsmith/armorer to be sure it is operating to optimum efficiency & to manufacturers specifications?

    I would appreciate any comments on this subject.
    why send it to a smithy, learn how to dismantle your weapon and clean it yourself. Unless you have no mechanical ability, and I don't mean that in a bad way or to insult anyone. I'm just say'n

    Now granted, you may need a couple of specialized tools, depending on your firearm, but learning this skill is an easy way to keep everything running smoothly.

    I generally do a complete break down of my EDC guns at least twice a year. Except for my competition Para, that I break down every quarter, or more often if I feel something is wearing out.
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