Cleaning like everything is so individual. I see videos or read articles where professionals disassemble a firearm and wipe everything off, run a wet pad down the barrel and brush the slide and frame, wipe and put back together. It alwaysw seemed to me that gun powder residue has to be getting in a lot more of the gun than that. Down in the trigger, back behind the firing pin. The idea of ultrasonic cleaning sounds great. My only concern would also be the removal of all the lube all over the inside pieces. I may try and then lube with Break Free. It does dry with time and might be the answer. Thanks for the post. I am wondering if ultrasonic cleaning with Break free might also work to dislodge all the junk and leave the parts lubed...."maybe messy"
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