Colt 1911 Holster
If you are looking for a CZ or handgun, I would recommend that you look into the Colt 1911 Holster. Holsters are a really cool invention that has allowed people to carry their guns in a different manner. In this article I will be showing you how to clean and maintain your new holster. There are two types of holsters, the first being the condition 1 and the second being condition 2.
To clean yourColt 1911 holster, you will need a solvent, some paper towels or a paper cloth, and some form of cleaning agent. I would use either paper towels or a small sponge to wipe down the outside of your gun. You will then need to take your thumb and make a fist around the magazine well. The reason I suggest using your thumb is that the weight of the gun can actually cause the screws to fly out of the magazine well.
Now that we have taken care of the outside, it is time to look at cleaning the inside of your colt 1911 holster. To do this, you will need some liquid detergent. I suggest doing this outside or in a well ventilated area, but I have done it in an oven! Whatever method you choose to clean your colt 1911 concealed carry iwb, remember to use a good air dryer. When cleaning the inside of your holster, remember to wear leather gloves to keep the gun from getting too hot and damaging it.
After you have cleaned the inside of your holster, it is time to re-holster your gun. To do this, all you have to do is take your index finger and press it against the slide (not against the magazine well) and move it back and forth a few times. Remember to always slide it in a straight line. After you have done this, re-holster the gun and put it in its carrying case. Follow the same procedure for the other holster models.
The next step for all three models of Colt 1911 holsters, is to check and see if they are still in the condition you want them to be in. For those of you that are not sure how to do this, you can read the information below. If the holster is in the condition described in the paragraph above, you can then proceed to either condition 2 or condition 3. If the holster is in the first two conditions, it is likely that you have purchased a used gun and all of its parts are in decent, working order.
If the holster is in the third condition, which is condition 2, then you most likely have bought a factory new gun with all of its working parts still intact. This is one of the easiest defects to correct on a new colt 1911. In this case, all that you need to do is take the pistol's slide out, take a new spring, and install it into the frame. This should correct the problems that were described in the previous paragraph.
You can also check to see if your pistol is properly aligned in its holster. The alignment should be precise, as over extending the pistol can cause it to slam the legs down. Another thing to check on all of the five 1911 holster models is if there are any dents or scratches on the butt or magazine. Although small dents or scratches may not seem like a big deal at first, these small blemishes can be a sign of wear and tear. If there are large areas of damage on either side of the magazine, the gun may be too heavy and/or not be secured properly.
If you are not confident enough to clean an older gun, or you do not feel comfortable using tools, you can always take it to a gunsmith. If you have a colt 1911 with a fixed barrel, you will not have to worry about cleaning it. However, if you have a single stack pistol, you should always carry a cleaning kit with you. The cleaning kits usually come with various tools such as brushes, cloths, pads, and so forth. You can get your old colt 1911 back in shape by following this guide. Keep in mind, if you are not confident in your abilities, you should always seek the help of an expert.