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Clean barrel

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by kobe24888, Jun 30, 2007.

  1. Mga sirs,

    How is the proper way to clean your Glock barrel?
    Lalo na kung nakagamit ka ng lead...

    Gusto ko sana malinis siya ng maayos para di na ako gagamit ng lead, FMJ na lang...

    Teflon coated ba or copper coated, nag-lead build up din?

    Saan puwede makabili ng Hoppes9? How much?

    Di ba puwede ang wd40?

    Eh kung ibabad ng lang sa kerosene? :laughabove:

  2. sir, for cleaning the barrel i use a bore brush(brownells) dipped in a bore cleaner(bore solvent/nitro solvent). make sure to scrub it thoroughly then alternate with some clean patches or tissues. repeat procedure mga 3-4times or until they come out clean...

    also, try to do a search sa ibang threads here at glock talk, i think meron din topics regarding how to clean the glock barrel properly.

  3. TTPower


    Aug 2, 2006
    kobe, never use pure lead on ur glock.... marami na nasabugan because of lead build up. copper coated or teflon coated are ok but it doesnt mean u dont need to clean it, it will only lessen lead buid up. if u want fmj thats even better mahal lng nga ata :) in cleaning my barrel i use kerosene and nylon bore brush ok rin copper brush. after scrubbing with a brush i use a patch of cloth with hoppes9.
    if ur looking for hoppes#9 meron ata sa nashe or u can check sa gun show i'm sure meron ka mahanap dun.

    btw avoid wd40 also... if im not mistaken wd40 is not only use for lubricating but also use to remove rust on steel imagine what it can do to ur gun lalo na sa polymer.
  4. vega


    Sep 29, 2001
    Not meaning to slam you but care to share your source.

    This I agree.
  5. Please enlighten us, I didnt know wd40 is harmful to polymer? In what way, its different from rusted steel????:shocked:
  6. vega


    Sep 29, 2001

    I agree not to use WD40 for lubrication since it does really not lubricate but rather loosen things up. It's like magnet and will attract dust in the long run.

    Now for the polymer part I have no idea.