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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by bear_1, Mar 3, 2010.

  1. bear_1

    bear_1

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    Hey Y'all Da bear again how does Clp work on Glocks and would it be safe?:wavey:
     
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  2. JBP55

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    Good and yes.

    Weapon Shield, Hoppe's Elite, Break Free etc.
     
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  3. Bill Lumberg

    Bill Lumberg BTF Inventor

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    CLP and pretty much any commonly available product will work. CLP is better for "wet" guns than for weapons such as glocks, that require minimal lubrication. Using CLP for cleaning is kind of like oiling your whole car, then wiping all the lube off except for the zerks. A proper solvent followed by a few drops of any quality gun oil works better.

     
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    Agree. I don't use CLP for anything. Separate cleaner, separate oil/lube
     
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    faawrenchbndr CLM

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    I clean with Weaponshield CLP.
    I lube with Militech 1

    Works for me,..................:supergrin:
     
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    If you look carefully at the photo in the 2009 Glock Annual regarding cleaning/lubrication, you will spot a container of Break Free. Its all I use.
     
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    Thanks y"all Da Bear
     
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    :thumbsup:.....and....
    If you call or visit Smyrna, GA. ----
    I believe you'll find Break Free CLP is what the FACTORY uses....
    I'll say it again.....If it's good enough for GLOCK itself...
    It's good enough for me!
     
  9. Ryobi

    Ryobi SummertimeRules

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    As noteD, clp works fine. It's just far from the most efficient way to clean a gun that requires minimal lube, such as a glock.
     
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    Bowtie NRA MEMBER

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    CLP is all I use and it works great.
     
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    Break-free bore cleaning foam, Break-free CLP or Weaponshield for cleaning everything else, Sentry Solutions Hi-slip grease, sparingly per manual lube points (except at connector point, drop of Weaponshield there).