Dishwasher?

Dishwasher?

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    Dishwasher?

    I saw this picture and it made me wonder if anyone has actually has actually done it?

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    Glocks can be hard 'on' a dishwasher...
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    ....maybe thats how you clean a Grendal P-12?
    I know not what this "overkill" means.

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    I wouldn't recommend it.

    Probably just a play on "tactical tupperware"

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    ive done it magazines.

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    I always thought Tupperware was dishwasher safe, but top rack only.
    Last edited by msgt/ret; April 5th, 2011 at 02:21 AM.
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    Steve Martin in "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid". How to clean a gun.


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    You really dont want that powdered lead,primer and bullet residue in your dish washer.

    Your wifes future babies might come out looking awfully wierd.
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    It works. You gotta field strip it first to get the innards clean and use Cascade to get it "sparkling" clean. Any fool knows that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Okemo View Post
    Steve Martin in "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid". How to clean a gun.

    A really cool movie. I have my wife practice sucking the bullets out!
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    I only done it once,My Glock jumped all over my Beretta,pots,pans plates and silverware,still have'nt seen the Beretta since.

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    Wehn Glocks first came out this was one of the myths. Problem being that it comes out dryer than a popcorn fart. You have to re-lube being very careful. Not a good idea.

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    ^ What he said. It's more of a pain to totally tear down and relube the gun than it is to just man up and clean it IMO. Also, I may or may not have convinced an old academy buddy of mine to clean his AR in the dishwasher. It cleaned it, but also took off the badge that was on the mag well. I'm not sure how the badge was on there, but it wasnt a sticker thats for sure. The whole gun was light gray. Looked kinda cool, but needed to be dunked in a bath of oil before running it. More trouble than its worth.

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    The picture is a knock off from an old Colt marketing campaign.

    I would not do it if you want to stay married.

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