glock only applies it to friction points, like the slide rails/connector. glock's official reason is it's an "anti-seizing compund".glock uses it primarily for the models that remain on the shelf for extended periods I believe. Anti-corrosion.
thats makes more sense... Ive heard both reasons... My 26 barely had any of it on it when I got it... baby Glock, baby amounts? lolglock only applies it to friction points, like the slide rails/connector. glock's official reason is it's an "anti-seizing compund".
ever heard of a glock seizing up, ever? i haven't, and half the people that buy them wipe that stuff off immediately.
CTD sells little tubes of it, if you really want some more.
i lube, but only clean before shooting for the first time if the gun's packed in cosmoline.I always thouroughly clean and lube a new gun. Any gun....even a Glock.
it does. however, it makes no difference if you wipe it off.i believe the manual says to leave the brown lube until it wears away through use. so your good. i think its a break in type lube or something to that effect.
It's just a matter of time until I take the plunge and try using it. I plan to detail strip the slide and jut put those parts (not the firing pin or extractor sping) into the cleaner. I don't want to risk putting the receiver parts in there yet.I'd like to buy an Ultrasonic Cleaner. It could be good if a local Group or Club would go in on one. Might need to look into it more.