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A Visual Guide to a Basic Cleaning of the Glock G34 Gen 5 MOS

A Visual Guide to a Basic Cleaning of the Glock G34 Gen 5 MOS

In the following photo gallery, I have documented the basic cleaning of a Glock 34. If you need a quick guide on breaking it down (Field Stripping) Click this Link HERE.


Field Stripped Glock 34 with cleaning supplies and lubricants readily available for the task at hand.

Fouled Chamber View

Dirty Barrel View

Prepping to Clean the Barrel

Removing carbon deposits from chamber with cleaning brush and solvent.

Prepping to do initial swab on the barrel with Solvent applied to cleaning patch.

Ran multiple passes and swabs through the barrel.

Ran Brush through the barrel for multiple passes. I then followed by a few more solvent passes, and finally finished up with multiple dry swab passes.

The Following pictures are of the resulting clean chamber and barrel and chamber.

I then wipe down the barrel with the Modern Warrior Battle Rag. It’s one of our product that both acts as a lubricant and mild cleaner. I like to field wipe all of my weapons with it prior to storage for rust prevention. Of course after wiping with the battle rag I run a lint free cloth over the items as well to remove excess oil.

Barrel is Complete

Gently scrub the Fire Control Group. I do this first with  a solvent to help grab any buildup;wipe it dry; then follow with a light lubricating coat.

Once Complete Reassemble , Conduct a Functions Check, and get it out to the range!

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