Will this affect performance or firing capability? Sorry, I'm new to this but absolutely LOVE the sport! Thank you for your assistance!
some teasing and some good advice above. makers of gun cleaning products make these items so they won't harm any part of your gun. if not true they would put a warning on the product.Will this affect performance or firing capability? Sorry, I'm new to this but absolutely LOVE the sport! Thank you for your assistance!
It takes a lot to ruin a firearm, don't get too worried about that. It sounds more like you may have had access solvent in the gun that contaminated the primers on the rounds and caused them to not fire. As Jimmy mentioned. A Glock doesn't need a lot of cleaning or lube so be sure and read the book that came with it for proper instructionsHi everyone, thank you for the support! I got Remington cleaning fluid throughout the gun a few months ago after shooting it flawlessly. Didn't take apart to clean it just put a cleaning rod through the barrel (no field stripping). Two months later I took it to the range and I had a lot of misfiring, however, I do not know if it was the gun or the ammo. The round had an indenture from where the firing pin hit, however there was no "boom" for the lack of a better term. After I took it to the range, I did field strip it to clean it, however, I cleaned the barrel with a cleaning rod and used a brush to clean the receiver, slide, etc. After doing so, I found out that cleaning oil was for the barrel only, no other areas on the gun. I have not fired it since. Very mad with myself. Gun could be ruined please help! Thank you!