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M&P Mags

Discussion in 'Smith & Wesson Club' started by Linux3, Apr 4, 2010.


  1. Linux3

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    I was down in Florida shooting USPSA at an outdoor range. Pretty dusty and dirty so when I got home I thought I should clean my mags.

    Basically I just took them apart and wiped them down with an old T shirt. No lube or anything else.
    Is this right? I would think that if I used a little oil it would just attract more dirt.
     
  2. G33

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    Mags = Dry!
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  3. mteagle1

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    After mine have been on the ground I disassemble them and spray the inside with Liquid Wrench dry lubricant followed by a 410 bore cotton swab. Be careful about getting it on the outside of your mags or you'll have a slippery mag.
     
  4. RH45

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    A mag brush in your range bag works well for cleaning.

    If you decide to use any lube, make it a dry lube.