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    Default How To Clean A HK USP From Start To Finish - Made A Video Today

    Had some free time today and decided to record a quick how to video clean a HK USP video.

    When I first purchased my USP I had no idea where to even begin.

    I even thought I'd never get it put back together after dissembling everything.

    But after reading threads on HKPro and cleaning it over and over with lots of practice...

    I was finally able to get the hang of it. :)

    Anyways, I j just wanted to give back a little bit.



    Cheers!

    Note: This was more or less, a quick clean for the sake of having a short video. In the video description I mentioned some key points about final oiling, deep cleaning, etc.

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    Wouldn't it be easier to snake the barrel while you had the barrel off the slide?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TooSixy View Post
    Wouldn't it be easier to snake the barrel while you had the barrel off the slide?
    I agree with you.

    For my own personal preference, I like being able to hold onto the frame while pulling it on through.

    On a compact it might be a little bit more challenging to grip onto the smaller barrel for some too.

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    I like the color combination for this USP. Is it a FDE frame or is that a burnt bronze type cerakote?

    I more or less clean my guns the same way but I'm now a big fan of Weapon Shield oil and grease.
    Me: USP Tactical 45, USP 9, P226 Extreme .40, 97B, & a G43
    Wife: LCR .38 Special Ltd. Talo edition, P238 Spartan

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    i like the beats!!
    " A free people ought not only be armed and disciplined,
    but they should have sufficient arms and ammunition
    to maintain a status of independence from any who might attempt to abuse them,
    which would include their own government " - George Washington

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goodkat View Post
    I like the color combination for this USP. Is it a FDE frame or is that a burnt bronze type cerakote?

    I more or less clean my guns the same way but I'm now a big fan of Weapon Shield oil and grease.
    Burnt Bronze :)

    Good choice, I need to try that. CLP does an awesome job cleaning but I feel it's lacking a bit on lubrication.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lourx View Post
    i like the beats!!
    Thanks Lourx!

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    Thanks for sharing!!!

    Tony

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goodkat View Post
    I like the color combination for this USP. Is it a FDE frame or is that a burnt bronze type cerakote?

    I more or less clean my guns the same way but I'm now a big fan of Weapon Shield oil and grease.
    Based upon the appearance and date code, it is not a factory, FDE frame!!!

    Tony

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    Always nice to have more videos for new owners. Thanks

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