Cleaning Firing Pin Channel
All of my Glocks run flawlessly and have less than 2,000 total rounds through each of them (2 model 23's, 1 model 22). I always field strip them after after shooting and do a basic cleaning (boresnake, toothbrush, wipedown, lube, etc.) I have never "detail stripped" a Glock before and do not feel comfortable going any further than a basic field strip. Other than keeping oil out of it, do I need to do anything to proactively clean the firing gin channel? Is it possible to clean this area without detail stripping the gun? Should I just leave it alone?