BSIS Firearms Training Manual - October
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Use the following checklist as a step-by-step procedure for cleaning the firearm. Instructors should demonstrate these steps by cleaning their own firearm. Each student should practice cleaning his or her firearm.
(a) Make sure the firearm is unloaded.
(b) Point barrel downward so that debris does not enter the action.
(c) Make sure all screws are tight as they loosen periodically.
(d) Use a bore brush and solvent to clean debris from barrel and action.
(e) Put a bore patch in the patch holder.
(f) Put solvent on the patch.
(g) Push the patch through the barrel.
(h) Wipe all surfaces with the patch.
(i) Check around the barrel and inside top portion of revolver cylinder housing for residue build-up. If any is found, remove using toothbrush.
(j) Push patch through the barrel (again).
(k) Check barrel for lead deposits. If any are found, remove using bore brush.
(1) Clean all solvent off with a clean bore patch.
(m) Put oil on a patch and insert patch in holder.
(n) Repeat steps (f) through (i) with any oily patch.
IV. WEAPON HANDLING AND SHOOTING FUNDAMENTALS
A. Weapon Fundamentals, general differences between handguns.
Differences between handguns
1. Revolvers: Have a revolving cylinder containing cartridges.
2. Semi-automatics: Use the force of the explosion of the cartridge to eject and reload cartridges. Cartridges are contained in a magazine loaded into the magazine well.
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