4 Scratch Removal Gun Cleaning Picks
Gun cleaning picks for new shooters are important but not nearly as important as a quality shooting program. When you shoot it's very easy to get the felt of your gun or the barrel of the gun too wet. This will cause corrosion and jamming. Use these tips for cleaning your gun and avoid the problem of corrosion.
Most Recent News Dental Picks for Guns by Coach - These are great for getting hard-to-reach areas in your handguns and also they're cheap to purchase. They come in four picks which are made from different combinations of cleaner. The harder-to-reach areas will clean better with different combinations. It makes things a bit easier for me and I would recommend them to someone who is new to cleaning guns.
Gun Cleaning Kits - Four Picks Every Man Should Have - Your choice of gun cleaning kit is really up to you. If you are like me then you only use one type of cleaner. For me there's only one that I use and that's Gun-cils. Other than that you can try whatever you feel comfortable with. But, if you're a man who is starting out then I would definitely suggest the four pick kits that are included in the above link.
The Best of the Rest - My fourth recommendation is from gun cleaning picks for women. There are a couple of different manufacturers of women's kits and all of them make great products. They all have their own unique traits that make them different than others and you might find that you prefer one over the other. They all seem to do a good job however.
Hard-to-reach scratches - There are a lot of people who try to use their regular brush to clean the scratches on a semi-automatic or automatic pistol. This just seems kind of silly. You have to ask yourself if you really need to have your gun cleaning picks break open the scope to get to that hard-to-reach spot. One of the main reasons people don't do this is because they think they can't get to it anyway. It's just that they think they need to break open the scope to access the hard-to-reach spots. It's just not true anymore.
Scratches - The last two suggestions should be made for those that are really into gun cleaning. If you have a spot that is really tough to clean it's probably time to head down to your local sporting goods store. While you're there check out the sporting goods scratch remover. It will help you to get that scratch out and will do so without damaging your gun. Remember that using a scratch remover is like getting the dent out of an old car. It takes a little while and the pain is worth it in the long run.
Verified Owner's Manual - If you have a certain spot, such as the butt cap of a pistol, it's probably smart to find out what the manufacturer recommends you use to get that spot cleaned up. A lot of times a manufacturer's manual will recommend something called a "polymer cleaning pick". I've been asked to explain to new shooters what a polymer cleaning pick is. Basically it's a pick designed to clean up small nooks and crannies that may be found in pistol grips. I've used them on my Mecatech model 40 and they worked flawlessly.
So there you have it. 4 picks for cleaning pistol grips that work. I hope you take advantage of these tips and get that trouble-free cleaning process done, so you don't have to spend extra time scrubbing reach areas on your gun.