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How-To Field Strip and Clean a Glock 23 With Ashley

August 2nd, 2011
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Materials:

1.
Glock 23
2.
Gun Solvent
3.
Hard Bristled Brush
4.
Gun Oil
5.
100% Cotton Wipes

Step 5

Dip your cleaning brush in gun solvent and begin scrubbing the inside rails of your slide. If you have a two sided brush with a skinny end, use this side to get into the grooves.

Step 6

Scrub the barrel’s opening, removing any carbon build up.

Step 7

Do the same for the inside top of your frame, focusing on the metal slide points.

Step 8

Scrub down the outside of the barrel as well as the recoil spring.

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