1911 cleaning

How Often To Clean a Gun | Gun Cleaning FAQ

Gun cleaning FAQ Here are some common question that I see and some quick answers: Can I over-clean my gun? Not really. However, if you super-clean it, you must always apply oil to the gun after cleaning for 2 reasons. One is to protect the finish and keep rust away. The second is to make sure the moving parts slide easily. Can I use WD-40 to clean my gun? Absolutely. I would use it on metal parts ONLY. WD-40 is…

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1911 Quick Clean and Lube with No Disassembly

1911 quick clean and lubrication without taking the gun apart Sometimes you just don’t want to take the time to take your 1911 apart to do a thorough cleaning. This article is going to be about how to quickly clean and lube your 1911 pistol without performing a field strip. Use this method when you do not have the time to do a thorough job, but still need your 1911 to function. I do not recommend this method as your…

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Kimber Pro Carry II Disassembly- Pro CDP, Pro TLE II Disassembly

How to Disassemble a Kimber Pro Carry II, Pro Raptor II, Aegis Elite Pro or Ultra Carry 1911 pistol This article will tell and show you all you need to know about the Kimber Pro Carry 2 disassembly and take down procedure for cleaning purposes, or to replace the recoil spring. The method also works for all Kimber Pro models and Ultra Series pistols. The Kimber Pro Carry II is a 1911 with a 4″ “bull” barrel. The bull barrel…

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How To Clean a Kimber 1911 – Cleaning a 1911 .45 ACP Pistol

Cleaning Instructions for a 1911 .45 ACP Pistol 1911 Cleaning Instructions In this article, I am going to show you, step by step, how to properly field strip and clean a Kimber 1911 Pro Carry II pistol.  You will see the gun cleaning tools and supplies that I have used with great results over the past 10 years of heavy gun use. Here is some information on setting up a Homemade Gun Cleaning Station. This Kimber .45 ACP model has…

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