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Glock easier to clean?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by strat81, Mar 5, 2007.

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  1. strat81

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    I've noticed that after a day of shooting at the range, my Glock 26 is easier to clean compared to my Taurus 24/7. Both field-strip into the same amount of parts, and take down in almost the same way. What I am specifically referring to is the barrel. I use far more patches on the Taurus barrel than the Glock. Any reason for this, perhaps the polygonal rifling in the Glock?
     
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    easiest gun I have ever cleaned...
    Bill
     
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    The Glock and the Mak are exemplary in this regard. A good reason to carry either is that ease of maintenance means they will be more likely to be maintained properly.
     
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    My Springfield 1911 leads up much worse that either of the Glocks. Must be something to it.
     
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