This is a discussion on I have no words. within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by Balsac So for the sake of this thread I have decided to give it a whirl... The fitment of the pistol is ...
Lemon Fresh Glock
Seriously, I have always cleaned my Glocks in the Kitchen sink with Simple Green. I finish with a hot rinse and then blow it out with my air compressor and oil as required.
My Glocks work great and look good too.
done it before, doing it now, will do it again. i first heard of "hot washing" a firearms back when i was a newbie in the fist platoon. one of the NCO's in my line platoon suggested(demanded) that i hot washed my M4 after a long day at the range. worked like a charm on the hard to reach places. maytag should inlcued that in their ad's.
"Nothing in life is so exhilarating as to be shot at without result."
Every well-bred petty crook knows: the small concealable weapons always go to the far left of the place setting.
I've never put one in the dishwasher, but I always clean the stainless barrel of my 1911s in the kitchen sink running hot water. Use Dawn on the brush and patch and scrub until it's sqeaky clean. Hand dry it with an old towel and then lightly coat with your favorite gun cleaner/lube/oil. Works like a champ....
Coimhéad fearg fhear na foighde; Beware the anger of a patient man.
We used to take our M16's into the showers at Fort Picket to clean them. This was simple to pass inspection. It did not work very well, IIRC but it didn't hurt it. Now, I did not suggest the idea nor do I promote it , it was more along the lines of we saw one guy do it and thought he was a genius.
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