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
OIJ San Jose
Sig Sauer (comes with each new gun)
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.|
|Wipe down with dry patch or rag. Then you can use either the Weapon Wipe or a patch with MC25 Gun Cleaner/Degreaser|
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!