Basic Handgun Cleaning And Maintenance Class

Halfcocked

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Not really sure if this is in the right section but here goes.

B.E.L.T. Training and East Coast guns is offering a basic cleaning and maintenance class for hand guns. The first class is Wednesday December 1st at 7 pm and the cost is $25. All materials are included and and the class will cover field stripping,different types of solvents,lubricants,brushes and tools. All you have to bring is an unloaded handgun and preferably a dirty one.
 

Transplant

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I have another obligation for that date but I would be interested if you do this at another time.
 

jmt2566

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I would go also but will not be able to do it that week. Please post if you plan to do it again on another date.

Jeff
 

Halfcocked

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Will do, and sorry for the short notice this time around. I've been extremely busy at the shop and if it wasn't for Fordnut reminding me about posting it I would have probably forgot to. :oops:
 

Midnight Raver

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Asking a question for our other Forum members:

Will there be experienced techs on hand for some of the other more exotic sidearms out there?
 

Halfcocked

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It depends what you call exotic. I know several gunsmiths that specialize in exotic and antique firearms that I can consult with or refer to if necessary. The class itself is a basic disassembly,maintenance and cleaning class and will not involve anything other than field stripping. The main objective is educating new shooters of basic cleaning and maintenance practices and old shooters to the hazards of using old methods with some of the new firearms.
 

Bdbys59

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Ya mean I shouldn't put my Glock in the dishwasher???? :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:
 

Halfcocked

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Bdbys59 said:
Ya mean I shouldn't put my Glock in the dishwasher???? :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:

Actually, the dishwasher wouldn't hurt it, but there are some bore solvents I'd be really careful of.
 

Pogo

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So if my gun isn't a Glock, it could be dishwasher friendly? I'm interested in a cleaning course.
 
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