gacylikesbrutal: hey great vid im planning on buying one of these and i see you mentioned
somthing about a break in perion where you will have more malfunctions than
normal i know the guns cheap and it actually kind of scares me, does that
mean that after 400 rounds its starts to malfunction and ill have to get it
smithed? i dont wanna buy a gun thats only gonna last me 400 hundred rounds
lol any insight on this would be awesome thanks!
Scorpiuszeroone: Once I got some oil in it and stripped it down a couple of times, seems
fine. It was packaged inside the case within a plastic bag, which had
appeard to have been oiled, but there was a puddle of oil on the mag
loader. Probably just the way the case was sitting in storage. Seems good
now, thanks for the reply.
dokedyaunhe: hey man thanks for the info on Field Stripping and cleaning the Ruger P95,
it is my first handgun an wasnt sure on the whole process of cleaning and
take down. your videos realy helped me understand the Ruger more in
depth... thanks again
clubtc05: ya I bought some of that and Hoppe's oil...did you get my email?
M Murr: Alright Patrick I sold my p345 and I'm buying a new XD today,when is the
breakdown and cleaning video coming?Take care.
Ryashon: i have been trying out this gun at the range for a couple months now . i
think im going to purchase . i have fired about 400 or so round with the
p95 and i really like the accuracy and feel to it. As a novice shooter i
think it would make a great first gun. what do you think cure?
RGMerkel: @stevePHXD I clean my P95 weekly, but I also use my P95 for conceal and
nuts 4 knives: I have a question about my new p95. When I took my slide off to do the
initial cleaning I noticed there is a gouge with an actual hole in it where
the barrel goes through the slide on the bottom between the barrel hole and
the guide hole. It looks like a tooling gouge or mistake to me but a local
gun shop told me it's probably suppose to be there to release air or
something? Just want to be sure I didn't get a messed up one because I
haven't even shot it yet. Thanks!
stchman: It is pronounced "Hop eez" and you can get it at any Walmart.
twizlathagreat: @pacoemoney cheap ammo or dirty barrell
CureForIgnorance: The powder I refer to is in the cartidges. The powder is in the case and
burns rapidly in order to propel the bullet through the barrel and on
downrange. The solvent's job is to dissolve the powder residue left in the
barrel after the round has been fired.
Varangian1915: I believe the hammer should go all the way down each time. Maybe you should
take her apart again to be safe.
tiasecret: thank u very much i just took apart the first gin ever in my life n clean it
metalmodman: hmm how fast can you take it apart and put it together?
CureForIgnorance: Ok, you're misunderstanding the "break in period". The FIRST 400 rounds I
had quite a few malfunctions because the recoil spring was so tight. After
the first 400 rounds, now that the gun is "broken in" (not "broken") I
hardly ever have malfunctions. This is a great gun and it works very well.
I took a minute to look at your collection and see you have another Ruger
and a Walther P99. Since you have a Ruger already, maybe look at getting an
XD. Its $50-100 more but would be a little different.
CureForIgnorance: No problem. I appreciate you making sure I made the video. Sorry it took so
long... I was moving and all that. Glad it helped! Any other requests, let
me know. I'm all out of excuses for delays... lol
Chuchen: So you should never oil the barrel, not even lightly just to protect it?
PrinceMustDie666: Some ideas that save lots of time and money. Who needs any $10 per oz
cleaners, i uset a can of brake cleaner spray for $3z. hose down the upper
and lower, scrub and wipe clean seconds. wipe the crannies with rags and q
tips. For the barrel i do use hoppes but thats the only place you need
that. Iyou will not find a better lubricant than mobil 1 oil, and/or use
disc brake grease molybdenum kind on the slide rails and other heavy wear
areas, $4 and will last you for years.
CureForIgnorance: It uploaded just fine, its just a reaaally old video. There is an HD
version of the take down on my channel, HD cleaning video will be along
05Dubb: nice video i just bought the p95 thanks for posting... dont you just love
the easy take down???!!!
DJ28LETHAL: i use Hoppes all the time, it's funny that u mention that, u can find it
through pickles sporting goods if you have not found it already
metwo222: does anyone have a vid for changing the back sights. i cant seem to get
mine off and there cracked.
sllywbt: Yes , Great video just like all of yours!! An update in HD would be GRAND!!
Please continue with the GREAT vids.
shaleko tayson: Just bought one and wanted to learn to break it down for cleaning ect...
Honestly not watching a video with poor quality. Informative but doesn't
help if I can't see what your doing!!!!!!!!!!!!
CureForIgnorance: Just got around to reading this comment and watching the video. Wow. That's
really a bad idea. That risks blowback pressure and gives lead and powder
something to glob onto. And as much oil as they put on, you also risk
attracting and trapping moisture in the barrel and on the frame which would
actually cause rust instead of preventing it. I wouldn't put that much on
even if I was storing it for a long long time. Thanks for the heads up. I'm
glad I watched that Ruger video.
John Canger: Patrick - Do you ever disassemble and clean the magazines? If so and it's
not asking too much, could you please post a "how to" video?
CureForIgnorance: This gun is reliable and accurate, and the trigger pull is just fine. The
nicest thing about a Ruger vs. a Glock is that Ruger has no history of slam
firing. This gun will eat any ammunition I give it, and I don't have to dry
fire it to take it down. They weight is a matter of preference. I think for
a full sized duty weapon the weight is comfortable.
Varangian1915: you can still fin hoppes easily in new jersey. since this is mostly resin,
the corrosion is slower that on a colt or something.
acs197: Thanks for posting these videos, they are very informative. By the way, I
did find that my local Wal-mart carries Hoppes solvent. Thanks again for
isisncasey: You had to make a video on cleaning a P95 ? It's one of the easiest guns to
break down and clean ever !!!! PLUS you could get away with NEVER cleaning
it since P95s seem to go on and on. PLUS you ONLY need WD40 to clean and
lubricate it. Use an old rag and cotton swabs, that' all you need !
87bu11seye87: You can buy Hoppes at Wal-Mart. I usually pick some up along with a spray
can of CLP when I'm there.
J White: Just bought my Ruger P95 recently. First time gun owner. Thanks for the
video! Big help
Varangian1915: I haven't strip cleaned mine in 9 years, but don't follow my dumb example.
Duncan MacLeod: Just an FYI, In Rugers video they do oil the inside of the barrel. Check it
out here on YouTube.
CureForIgnorance: Best way to get rid of serial numbers? You don't. The people I train to use
firearms are not criminals and I'm certainly not going to advocate criminal
behavior. As for Uzi vs. a Mac 10, Uzi is better. Its Israeli made and they
do a very nice job machining them. Frontsight offers submachine gun courses
where you could try it, check out the link on my channel.
partyinyourmouth: Nice video, thanks!
jeepjer420: I THOUGHT U WERE NON SUPPOSED TO PUSHA ND PULL THE BORE BRUSH IN AND
OUT.... I WAS TOLD ONLY PUSH THRU...
kerrih79: I just purchase a P95 and I found this video (and the one on field
stripping said gun) very helpful! Very well done! Thanks. P.S. You can find
Hoppes online. My local "wally world" even carries it. Very inexpensive and
does a great job.
CureForIgnorance: Thanks a bunch! Its kind of funny that the three local gun shops I go to
don't carry Hoppes and my local Walmart might? I'll have to check it out
tomorrow. Again, thanks!
tripleseven300: Where did you get that pocket cleaning kit?
CureForIgnorance: First I've seen of this post, Mike. Thanks for the tip.
Vitali Klitschko: @metaltiger74 the lever on the right side of the gun, not the slide, but
the gun, might be out, and you need to push it back in. same thing happened
to my p95.
CureForIgnorance: I'm teaching a CCW class this weekend with my father. I'll borrow his and
do a video for you. I'll have a few I should be putting together. Thanks
for the video request.
CureForIgnorance: @stevePHXD I clean mine after every range.
RustyKnight1217: Just a suggestion: You might want to recommend use of solvents that is
designed for polymer materials.
bigwalt2990: I know how to clean a gun you turd, I need to break it down. I already have
Hoppe's. This video was most un-useful..
M Murr: Thanks alot Patrick.Your videos are so informative and crisp.I've learned
quite a bit from all of them.I wish I lived a little closer because I'd
love to come and take a class in fact I wish that Illinois would consider
CCW but that won't happen as long as Chicago runs the state.Maybe after the
Supreme Court overturns the ban in D.C Chicago will be next. Happy In The
jliu524: Hey. First, thanks for posting all these videos. I just recently purchased
a P95 and your videos have really been helping me get familiar with it. I
have a question for you though. After I took it apart and put it back
together for the first time the hammer doesn't go all the way down anymore
on the first shot like it used to. It stops before its halfway down before
coming back up whereas before and in the videos I've seen it comes most of
the way down. Did I mess it up somehow?
kylecX360: @metaltiger74 I heard those 30 rounders from cheaper than dirt jam and
sometimes requires a mod just to stay in the gun. Let me know if you got
one and how it worked out please.