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Old 11-05-2010, 08:58 AM   #1
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Who else here has cleaned this stuff out of their gun thinking it was copper residue when they first bought their Glock ?
Did they just start doing this ? Last Glock I bought in the mid 90's didn't have this crap in it ? After reading the manual I noticed you are suppose to keep this stuff in there. After one day at the range though it's gonna get washed out anyway when you clean it, I don't understand ?? It's gotta be something relatively new ?



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Old 11-05-2010, 10:19 AM   #2
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They have been using it for quite a while now. It actually lasts longer than you would think, as long as you don't scrub it off.



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Oh well I guess I blew that good Idea ! I would have been better off if I didn't know how to fieldstrip one. At least then I would have read the manual and would have found out it is lube and not copper residue from test firing. LOL ! Oh Well ?

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Yeah, I kind of cleaned it off of my G27 when I bought it too. I always clean the packing grease off of my guns before taking them to the range...who knew? (everybody who read the manual first...that's who)

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