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Factory Maintenance and Lubrication Specs for P320 pistols

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Old 11-16-2016, 04:20 PM   #46
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+1 for Lubriplate! I have been using it on my guns for several years now. It does its job well.
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Old 12-21-2016, 02:23 PM   #47
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Thank You for the Cleaning review.

I'm still using the C.L.P. I borrowed from Vietnam in the O.D. bottle.
I use it to lube my firearms, not clean them?
I have some Rem Oil from the Sixty's. I just never used it.
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Old 12-28-2016, 04:22 AM   #48
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I use Lucas extreme gun lube. Sig Sauer is now recommending Lucas products. My P320rx came with a small suply of extreme gun oil that I will give to one of my friends so that they can see how good of a lubricant it is.
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I use Lucas extreme gun lube. Sig Sauer is now recommending Lucas products. My P320rx came with a small suply of extreme gun oil that I will give to one of my friends so that they can see how good of a lubricant it is.
I've been meaning to give the sample a shot. Just put a grease string together and I'm gonna see how it goes. I've been a Slip2k user for a while now and I think it does a nice job but I like the idea of something just slightly thicker.
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Very helpful, thanks
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Very helpful, thanks!

I've always cleaned my guns immediately back from the range regardless of the number of rounds shot.
I clean them with a gun-degreaser then with WD-40.
Lubed them with BALLISTOL.
I clean the bores with BALLISTOL a good brass brush and a lot of patience.
I apply a bit of TETRA GUN GREASE on rails and on the outside of the barrel.
In the end I finish it off with a final wipe with a silicon cloth before storing the gun in the safe.
I've done this in the last 36 years and never had an issue.

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I just returned from the range after putting the first 100 rounds through my 4 day old Compact P320/.45 ACP. I was extremely relieved by the flawless performance of the live fire because I had many problems dry firing before today. I then cleaned it with something I've been using for sometime called G96. It continues to amaze me that no one seems to have any knowledge of this terrific stuff! I've used it on four different brands of firearms now - all with great results. How can this be as it's not a new product? Based on my experience, I'll never use anything else. Anyway, this is my first Sig Sauer pistol and I'm loving it! I'm already calling this awesome trigger - "the trigger from God!"
I use G96 synthetic oil for general firearms lubrication, also the spray. I use the G96 Grease on the frame/slide rails. Great stuff. Doesn't smell bad like some of the others. Thanks for the tips OP!!!
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The Law of Diminishing Returns applies to the P320 (others as well). Less is better when it comes to grease and oil.
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Old 02-13-2017, 07:09 PM   #54
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Don't oil the "O" ring on the takedown lever. Oil makes rubber soft and pliable and that can make the lever even harder to manipulate.

If you use dry lubricant like graphite or Hexagonal Boron Nitride HBN it is ok and works good to give a bit more ease on turning that lever.
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Hi folks.. I have pre-ordered the P320 RX Compact and hopefully will have it in a month or so (Wishful thinking I know but hey)..

Someone mentioned that Rem Oil dries/evaporates. I have the spray can of Rem Oil and if that is true, can't I just spray that into the parts that are "Clean and dry only" then wipe dry as best I can?

If not what product and method for applying that product do you use to accomplish the "Clean and Dry only"..

Thanks in advance..
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