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Maintenance Tips for a Sig Sauer 226 9mm Gun : Cleaning the Barrel of a Sig Sauer 226 9mm Gun


Alright. Got our barrel, got our break free,
we’re just going to squirt the outside here and use as much as you want. This doesn’t
necessarily have to be a you’re not having to keep from using too much or too little
of this break free because what we’re really wanting to do is really coat these pieces
that we’re working with and let this break free do what its made to do. I’m going to
look around, I’m going to make sure that I cover all these little nooks and crannies
right here and these crevices on the barrel. Looking pretty good. Looking a little pretty
oily as you can see on my fingers here which is a good sign. Got everything all coated
up, front of the barrel. Guide rod catch. Alright, right after this we’re just going
to repeat this process and we’re going to do this with the same thing with the slide.
I’m going to set this barrel off to the side now.

1 thought on “Maintenance Tips for a Sig Sauer 226 9mm Gun : Cleaning the Barrel of a Sig Sauer 226 9mm Gun

  1. Do you brush the bore?
    Do you begin to brush at the chamber end?
    Does the brush go all the way out the muzzle, or do you stop before the brush fully exits?

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