The 5 Minute Gun Clean

When you’ve been Shooting and want to leave the Range with a Clean Gun, get Real, clean the gun and get down the road.  It’s not like you’re in your shop with the music on

But first a word from our Spnsors


This is a small selection of products from Mil-Comm Products.  We are the only authorized Distributor in Costa Rica, buy from a growing number of dealers on our site.  If they’re out, tell them to call me; you have my number… our lubricants are the best.  Look at the list of people who agree:
OIJ San Jose
NRA
Sig Sauer (comes with each new gun)
US Army
Marines
Navy
Air Force 
Foreign Military Customers:  

Belgian Air Force Italian Navy Royal Jordanian Air Force
French Air Force Norwegian Air Force Singapore Air Force
Finnish Air Force Portuguese Air Force Swiss Air Force
Greek Navy Royal Canadian Military U.K. Ministry of Defense
Israeli Air Force Royal Netherlands Air Force UAE Military

Double Check Gun is Empty

Take Gun down for Cleaning.  If you don’t know how, read the instructions.  We use Glocks at the range, but I’ve come to love my M&P Smith & Wesson’s. They take down easier, fit the hand better and never fail. They also have a better magazine release and an ambidextrous slide release.
 Please forgive these pictures, not much detail here.  

With the exception of our MC50 Bore Cleaner, none of our products will Damage Plastic, Wood or the Finish on your Gun.  I use this MC25 Gun Cleaner/Degreaser (in my hand) to clean my glasses; leaves no streaks and makes them sparkle! 
If it’s someone else’s gun and they haven’t been using Mil-Comm Products, you may want to use our MC50 Bore Cleaner.  Brush it in and let it soak.

By wiping down your gun first with a dry rag, you’ve avoided dirty solvent carried into every crevice of your gun.  At the range I use our Weapon Wipes to do a quick clean.  It’s got our TW25B All Synthetic Grease in an Alcohol carrier for cleaning in those hard to reach places.  This is actually a great rag that‘s still a good after the Alcohol has evaporated.  

This is the firing pin hole that I’m pointing to.  Keep solvents and lubricants out of there.  It’s happy and protected where it is.

I often cut a patch right from the Weapon Wipe and run it through the bore after brushing it out.  This leaves a trace of TW25B Solvent-Free Synthetic Grease in the Bore for corrosion protection and fouling from firing the next time.  I even add a very small amount of  TW25B to the patch so the grease is IN the metal, not on top of it.
Wipe down with dry patch or rag.  Then you can use either the Weapon Wipe or a patch with MC25 Gun Cleaner/Degreaser    
If you look carefully along the slide rails, you’ll see a small white line of  TW25B.  In my interest in showing you the product, I actually applyed too much.  The idea is that the lubricant is IN the metal, not on top.  This keeps dust and grime from sticking to your Gun.

Touch any wear marks you may have on your slide and frame and you’re ready to assemble your gun.  Let the slide slam home and dry fire it a few times.  TW25B loves it!  

 

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