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  1. Guns
    I've never used any grease on any pistol I've owned, only various oil based products like BreakFree CLP, Ballistol, etc. I'm really considering investing in a nice grease for my P229R. I know that SIG endorses Mil-Comm TW25b, which I can't find absolutely anywhere locally, so I'd have to order...
  2. P250, P320, P320 X-5, M17, & M18 Pistols
    I completed the Sig Sauer P320 Armorer's Class 11/18/15. Here are the Sig Sauer specs from the factory manual on that date. Detailed disassembly and inspection by a trained armorer = every 3 years or 5,000 rounds. Recoil Spring for P320 full size = 10,000 rounds. Compact & Subcompact Recoil...
  3. P250, P320, P320 X-5, M17, & M18 Pistols
    I apologize if this has covered elsewhere, but my Kindle fire won't let me search the forum. Does anyone have a graphic showing recommended lube points for the P320C? I haven't been able to find one. I'm very surprised not to see one in the book.
  4. P238, P938 Pistol
    For my first trip to the range with the new Sig P938 I took the recommended lubrication advice that came in from my earlier post. My personal recommendation is to error on the side of more lubrication rather than less. Thanks to all who provided tips! Additionally, I took the advice of...
  5. SIG Sauer Pistols
    I’ll be taking my new P938 to the range this week to break it in and I want to get off on the right foot lubrication wise. Reading just the info presented in the Owner's Manual I believe I would have under lubricated the gun. The Sig Sauer Representative's email information found on the forum...
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