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Heavy duty rubber glove, made of 100% natural latex.
32″ length(82cm), rough finish, seamless, cotton lining, ambidextrous style (fits either hand), 800g/pair, 50pairs/case. Using for Isolater, dry box, blast cabinet, etc.
This is a very basic video for the brand new AR owner who doesn’t know anything about the platform (we were all there once guys…). I show in detail how to break down the rifle, how to clean it, and how to lubricate it to ensure proper functioning.
Before someone says the old “I do it X way and it’s way better!” — I know there are other ways that work as well. The key is keeping the gun lubricated and relatively free of carbon to ensure proper performance.
I pretty much endorse all CLPs (with the exception of RemOil–it evaporates/runs off way too fast) for use buy use Mil-Spec CLP myself personally. Synthetic motor oils from 0w-10w seem to work well for lubrication as well. As far as greases go, I recommend a lithium based grease with a broad operating temperature range. I’ve used expensive ‘gun’ greases and found 0 difference in performance with the grease used above or the Mobil 1 brand with similar specs to the grease in the video—both work great. Almost all of the handguns you see in my reviews have this on their rails.
If you’re trying to get a more detailed cleaning, using a bore solvent to clean the bore, barrel, flash hider/barrel crown are a good idea but it doesn’t need to be done every time and if done too often can even damage the rifle.