Cleaning Day…

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Yesterday I had a little time to myself so out comes the gun  oil, swabs and some hands and elbows to get to work.  Cleaning day’s are always important.  We must make sure that our tools are cleaned, lubed, loaded and ready to go!  So make sure you keep your tools in a ready condition.

Here was the first group to be cleaned…

Cleaning Day... B&W

After that there was more…  Seriously we were just getting warmed up 😉

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Brian R. VanCise

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About Brian VanCise

Hi my name is Brian R. VanCise and my passion is the Martial Sciences. I have trained almost my entire life in the pursuit of martial excellence and I teach a world class curriculum in Las Vegas, Nevada and my good friend Gary Haffey runs our IRT Training Hall in Alma, Michigan. View my website at: www.instinctiveresponsetraining.com or Contact us at: 702-326-3622
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5 Responses to Cleaning Day…

  1. Mike Hamer says:

    I’m jealous of your “just warming up” collection! Very nice.

  2. Thanks Mike, the importance of cleaning and keeping your gear ready cannot be emphasized enough. It is some times a pain but also since I enjoy cleaning it can be fun! 😉

  3. Mike Hamer says:

    But I thought Glocks don’t need cleaning? Haha joking of course but I have heard that they are built to work with minimum maintenance. I usually only clean mine once every other range visit.

  4. Well Mike, the dirty little secret about Glock’s is that they run well no matter what. Simple design, excellent function. Still I keep mine clean because some of the other tools require being cleaned and oiled in order to work well. Take for instance an AR it needs extra attention. While a Glock or an AK not so much.

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