Long Sticks for Gun Cleaning

Your gun is only as safe as it is clean. Whether you carry every day, once a month or only on rare occasions, you can’t afford to neglect gun maintenance, especially if you visit an indoor shooting range regularly. Every time you fire your gun, powder residue and fouling are left on its exterior, interior and throughout the barrel. Over time, all this buildup can prevent your firearm from working properly – which can put you in a dangerous position.

Three reasons: Why you should clean your firearms?

1, Ensuring reliability and safety

Thorough and regular maintenance keeps your gun in the best working condition. Cleaning helps to remove deposits in use and ensures that your gun is running at peak performance. If you rely on your firearm to keep your home safe, it is important that you keep an eye on it regularly to ensure that it does its job well when you need it most.

2, Extending the life of your gun

Regular cleaning maximizes the lifespan of your gun. Pistols can be used for several years or generations, depending on how you take care of them. If you never clean your firearms, you can`t expect them to be accurate. Through simple maintenance procedures, you can significantly extend the lifespan of weapons. The frequency with which you use it will determine how often you should clean properly, but even minimal cleaning can have a significant impact. Some owners clean their guns after each use, while others do so a few months later. It all depends on your purpose and how long you want the pistol to last.

In order to make full use of your pistol, all you have to do is clean, lubricate and store it properly. If your pistol has a wooden handle, you may need to add wax or polish to the cleaning procedure. The more thorough you are, the fewer parts you need to replace over time.

3, Familiarise yourself with your gun

You may not be the most mechanically adept, but you should at least be familiar with how to disassemble and reassemble your gun, and the function of each part of it. The easiest way to become familiar with your gun is to clean it. The more you know about how your gun works, the better you will be able to fix it when something goes wrong.

Firearm maintenance (or simply firearm care) is a series of regular preventive maintenance procedures designed to ensure the proper functioning of firearms