With the swabs you can get in between your rail grooves and hard to reach places with the 6-inch stick attached. Glock also ships with a cleaning rod, which I prefer to use since it’s made of a polymer and won't scratch the barrel when cleaning the bore. If you need something to remove some of the fowling and old lube you applied to your weapon the last time you cleaned it, its safe to use some rubbing alcohol. Being so simple is why we like it, we know it works and its cheap.
If you are wanting to see what that looks like, you can refer to the video below of Hickok45 cleaning with rubbing alcohol, cleaning pouches, cotton swabs and some trusty Ballistol. Sometimes people like to bring some cleaning equipment on the go, when they go to the range, or just to have in there bag for a "just in case" situation. There are many mobile kits you can purchase, some obviously being better than others. Some brushes are known for shedding the copper wires from the brush quality being low, and don't have the best attachment threading. There are some much larger cleaning kits you can purchase, but those are very dependant on whats in your arsenal. The BOOSTEADY cleaning kit is not only great for your glock but any handgun you own, since the kit is not platform specific. If you have multiple calibers this is also a good option since it is compatible with 22, 357, 38, 9mm and 45 caliber handguns. The product comes with a nice case that holds each piece in place. 16 total Pieces, and two good 10.5 inch Handgun cleaning rods. The rods are made of brass, so you don't damage your barrel, and is a lot stronger to push patches through then the stock glock plastic cleaning rod.
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