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Old June 9th, 2011, 06:56 PM   #1
 
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Good video for Cleaning/Lube Mark III

I have found two excellent videos on how to field strip this pistol. I have yet to find a good video on what and where to lube. The manual is not specific and I'm not sure if this Ruger has specific lubrication points like my Glock. I keep my guns clean and maintained so after every trip to the range i will clean it.

If anyone has any info i would appreciate it.



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I have found two excellent videos on how to field strip this pistol. I have yet to find a good video on what and where to lube. The manual is not specific and I'm not sure if this Ruger has specific lubrication points like my Glock. I keep my guns clean and maintained so after every trip to the range i will clean it.

If anyone has any info i would appreciate it.



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First of all, welcome. That's a great video. Looks like even I might be able to breakdown a mark III . Can't help you with lubing but I am sure someone on here can. You have come to the right place.
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i emailed Ruger and they were useless, I'm going to give them a call
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Jet ... The following Ruger video should do the trick. As you'll see in the video, your MKIII requires very little oil. As you may already know, "blow back" designed pistols like the MK series pistols tend to get very dirty with powder residue. When the powder residue mixes with too much oil, you end up with a gritty and abrasive sludge that can and will create premature wear. I clean and oil my MKIII512 pretty much the way that you see in the video and have over 55,000 rounds down the pipe with very little wear to the pistol.

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Great thanks for your input, i saw this video but when i saw some of the comments it made me worried. If you have been using this procedure ill use it from now on and call it a day.

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This video makes it look so more easier than the other videos on here about how to field strip. Between this, the other two, and however many more I see, I should be able to figure this out.
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I have found two excellent videos on how to field strip this pistol. I have yet to find a good video on what and where to lube. The manual is not specific and I'm not sure if this Ruger has specific lubrication points like my Glock. I keep my guns clean and maintained so after every trip to the range i will clean it.

If anyone has any info i would appreciate it.



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That's one of the better ones around.
Still like to know how he disassembles a new handgun like that.
Mine's going on 18 months old and I still have to take the rubber mallet to it.
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