Buzz Clark: Hi Richard. I just subed. Good advice on cleaning - I will have to try
this. ALSO. I DO plan on doing the disassembly and polishing of the parts -
hoping this will enable me to shoot regular ammo rather than expensive and
scarce CCI Mini=Mags. You people seem to be country folks. I used to live
in Kansas but when I was young my father moved us to San Francisco so he
could work here. I miss Kansas with all my heart. Just wanted to share
this. Thanks for all the valuable info. Sincerely, JAMES.
TheTidelpool: Thanks, just cleaned mine with your help.....
Kenneth Gober: Good video, Thanks for sharing...
Hector Tinoco: Awesome. Straight forward and informative. Thanks
BustersRyder: Thanks Richard. Great video.
Perry Barstad: Good video all the way around. Question on using compressed air. Is your
compressor supplying dry air. Also, any special comments about cleaning
carbon fiber P22?
Jose Acostavalle: The video was a big help,thank you very much. This was the first time I
cleaned it and had no problems.
richarddbeck: I recommend every 500, or anytime you're not planning to shoot for a while.
I don't like to put a dirty gun away and not shoot it for months... Doing
all the mods I show will help your gun function past 500 but I would still
clean it when you're done.
DareU2Tread: sry-one more thing, i have actually been using an infant medicine dropper
ill plung oil or solvent into my baby dropper and drip some on my cotton
brush or hard brush just a little trick ive picked up thought id share with
Lobo Jr: Nice vid, gonna keep watching the series. However, has anyone ever told you
that dunking your cleaning brushes into your solvent bottle is a bad thing?
In case not, you probably should stop. Every time you use it to clean, then
dunk it back in to the bottle you're leaving dirt, grit, and everything
else back in the bottle cuz it's getting rinsed off and being left behind.
Check the bottom of the bottle, there's probably all that junk in there
waiting for you to put it back on your weapons!
mcintosh1346: Will the couple thousand rounds of CCI standard velocity 40 grain lead
round nose ammo shoot Ok in my Walther p22? I'm asking because I've yet to
receive my gun and I bought all this ammo while I've been waiting for the
papers to come back. Well, someone told me that the Walther p22 will not
cycle standard velocity ammo.???
richarddbeck: Thank you for watching!
richarddbeck: cool thanks. I'll try that out. :)
richarddbeck: yes. The P22Q has a couple of new features. Function is the same. New
features include larger serrations on the slide front and back. Different
stippling on the handle,and a Picitinny rail instead of the old style
accessory rail. The also took off the key lock. Overall it still works the
same has all the same parts inside. It just looks and feels a little
richarddbeck: yes this is how I clean all my guns. I'm going to try out some different
lubes... I'm not 100% sold on the HOPPE'S
Mr-Nice-Guy j: Pinched the hell out of my finger trying to get the slide back on
DareU2Tread: And hoppes is the brand i use
elcoslic: yes sir thats how u do it i dont dip in water and soap thou but everything
else yes good vid my friend
richarddbeck: no :)
richarddbeck: it really depends on your specific P22 or P22Q. I know that's not what you
want to hear but I've learned that no two P22's are the same. Some work
great but most only shoot Remington golden bullets and a couple different
variations of CCI ammo. The CCI standard velocity should work just great.
If not you can fine tune your gun by following the steps in my other
videos. :) I can now shoot Subsonic ammo in my P22.
richarddbeck: that sucks! :(
Brandon Sovick: Does this apply to any hand gun? After seeing your video I think I've been
using way to much solvent AND dry lube...I've been spraying the crap outta
my Taurus PT111 and not drying it out at all. I just got a P22 so I'll be
checking out your mods after I get a few hundred rounds through it. Thanks
for posting these!
DareU2Tread: hey just a question ive got a pink walther p22 how often do i clean/oil?!
richarddbeck: yea you've got a great point! Thanks for watching.
Lobo Jr: Just didn't want you to keep getting crud all over your nice firearms.
007redneckwoman brought up a great idea that I like to do as well, use a
medicine dropper to soak up some solvent and place drops on a patch or
brush. Keep up the great vids! Sights on target and happy shooting.
Vini Santos: according to the video every 500 rounds
elreyrod: Will Hoppe's No. 9 harm the polymer frame?
Wolfie Steel: Thank you this really helped!
Shrimps: Thanks man, I appreciate the feedback. The reason I was able to get sales is because I offer rare shrimps for sale. Not many other online place is willing to take the risk at shipping high priced shrimps. That is my way of earning online.
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