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Golck Cleaning

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by James Dean, Mar 20, 2010.

  1. James Dean

    James Dean

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    Anyone else using Ballistol to clean there Glock? I bought some and I have to say its great stuff. I've been using it on my Gen4 to clean, and Gun Butter to lube. Last night when I was done cleaning my Glock I took two brushes that i've been using to brush down the frame with. They were both black. I sprayed Ballistol on both waited a few min and ran them under water and both were white again. There are many video's on Youtube.
     
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  2. Giggity-Giggity

    Giggity-Giggity Giggity-Goo!!!

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    Nope. I just spray with MPro7-water soluble, not stinky. Wipe away and oil with Hoppes #9 lube.

    I'll have to check out that brand, once my 10 gallons of MPro7 is gone.
     

  3. James Dean

    James Dean

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    WOW 10 gallons. I thought I was bad with stocking up on stuff
     
  4. NJglock22

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    I use ballistol and it's great stuff, leaves a nice coating on the barrel.
     
  5. Giggity-Giggity

    Giggity-Giggity Giggity-Goo!!!

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    Got a great deal at the gun show. Now I'm just refilling.
     
  6. GreenMill

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    Dude learn how to spell GLOCK
     
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    What the HELL is a GOLCK
     
  8. GreenMill

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    Maybe it is a Korean knock-off of a Glock.:rofl:
     
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    That's what they will call there 5th. generation. :tongueout:
     
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    ya'll be me to making fun of golck spelling. I have used mean grean when I got some. Cleans well, doesn't leave water, lubricate as required, away you go.
     
  11. James Dean

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    WOW all that for a typo. do you feel superior Now?? Have a nice day.
     
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    Ditto . . . I love this stuff.
     
  13. CynicX

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    I use a Hoppes #9 soaked gun cleaning rag. Then lubricate with Hoppes #9. I find this will coat the parts the dont require lubrication enough to get them clean and keep them protected.

    In the rare event that I dont clean a gun for a 1000+ rounds then I'll revert to Gun Scrubber solvent spray, use the oily rag to remove the solvent, then lube with Hoppes #9.

    I use Hoppes because its easy to find. I'd like to find something a LITTLE more viscous though. Maybe some of you guys have some ideas?
     
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    You guys are both wrong, its a monster from Star Trek (the one that threw boulders at Captain Kirk)
     
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    When I buy a gun (be it new or used) I do a detail clean with Hoppe's #9. Then I use RemOil to do another cleaning before putting it back together

    After that, I field strip, spray everything down with RemOil, wipe it down, and call it good. Hasn't failed me yet
     
  16. Armed-N-Ready

    Armed-N-Ready Glock Clone

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    My shooting partner "Stavros" and I have been using Ballistol for sometime now, it's a very good product.
     
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    Started using Ballistol awhile ago and it is the best stuff around. Not only for your guns but for everything! Only bad thing is the smell!!!
     
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    I started using Ballistol after watching Hickoc45 on utube. Good stuff.
     
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    Been using Ballistol for cleaning my G23 for sometime now and it's great stuff. I also use it to lube door hinges, bicycle chains, tools and many other things that squeak. It's been around a long time. Just be sure to wipe away the excess.
     
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    I've been using Ballistol for several years now on all my guns. Good stuff and non-toxic, but the smell takes a little getting use to. Works great on leather too.