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How to properly lubricate your GLOCK pistol

From Coal Creek Armory.

3 Responses to “How to properly lubricate your GLOCK pistol”

  1. fodder4thought Says:

    Huh. I really thouhght that was going to be a joke along the lines of “Step1: Drop gun in bucked of gravel. Step 2: there is no step 2. Enjoy shooting.”

  2. fodder4thought Says:

    Huh. I really thouhght that was going to be a joke along the lines of “Step1: Drop gun in bucket of gravel. Step 2: there is no step 2. Enjoy shooting.”

  3. mikee Says:

    When I first got my Glock it had a copper colored lube in all the right places, which are the same places described in the Coal Creek Armory link. However, there was much less lube than CCA used. And the references to lubing in the guns manual indicate lube lightly, to avoid grit buildup in the lube.

    Grit comes from the bucket of gravel in which the gun is stored when not in use. Snerk.

    My Glock has had exactly 1 malfunction, a stovepipe, in its 6 years of use, and that was when shot one handed by a 9 year old girl. She corrected her grip after we cleared the cartridge case, and neither she nor the gun has had a problem since.