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Old 01-12-2010, 02:29 AM   #1
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When I was cleaning my gun I got break-free in the slide and on the fireing pin.


Got oil in here.


How do I take the back plate of and clean in there?

What stuff woud I need to do it?

Should I try to do it my self?

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Old 01-12-2010, 04:49 AM   #2
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How much did you get in there?

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Im not really sure but I think a good amount (more then I want in there anyway) I was cleaning the slide with a toothbrush soaked in break-free and not thinking I got it all over in there.

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Get a can of air used for cleaning electronics.

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Get a can of air used for cleaning electronics.
And just blow the oil out? How?
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I would. Lay a towel underneath it and blow! Air won't hurt it.

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That will work and get it all out?

Should I put a gun degraser in there befor I blow it out?

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OK, do this at your on risk. It's your firearm! I'm just saying what I would try and do. The can of air comes with a thin straw. I would blow it out, apply lubricant, repeat.......

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Why not get a can of break clean and stray in there? Spray, let dry and lube. It drys fast, doesn't leave residue and it won't hurt anything.

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Old 01-12-2010, 10:19 PM   #10
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Break Free won't hurt your firing pin. Why are you concerned?

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