Your Taurus Judge needs cleaning every once in awhile. A while being a short period of time, because the more you keep your gun clean the less it may malfunction on you in the time of need. Cleaning can be done with the help of cleaning kits that provide everything necessary for this process.
The rear cylinder is the part above the trigger, where the hammer hits the chamber to fire a shot. Wrap an old, long sock around this opening to prevent cleaning brushes from getting in and ruining the revolver. Dip the right size bore brush into your cleaning solvent.
Some have found that in order to keep a firearm safe to use, it must be kept clean and covered with a light film of good quality oil to prevent corrosion. The barrel bore should be cleaned and left free of debris. In the same way, proceed with the bore of the barrel. Excess oil should be removed.
What is the best way to learn Taurus Judge cleaning?
Taurus Judge cleaning is best practiced while being supervised by a professional, be it on the range or anywhere else. If you can’t afford a specialist you can always find good resources in books. Cleaning related books and how to’s are one step in your way of training.
You should clean it. It prolongs the life of the firearm and increases the most important matter-safety and reliability. You know, if you are in a threatening situation the last thing you want is a malfunctioning firearm. So keep this in mind and clean, clean, clean.
How do I clean and lubricate my Taurus firearm?
Your Taurus firearm may be cleaned and lubricated under normal conditions with the disassembly steps described in the user manual provided with your firearm. In order to keep a firearm safe to use, it must be kept clean and covered with a light film of good quality oil to prevent corrosion.
Rub down the entire exterior of the gun with a small amount of gun oil. Avoid the hand grips as well as inside the barrels and cylinders. Wipe in small circles, adding more oil when necessary. Wipe off all excess oil with another clean rag.
How do I remove the grip on my Model 85 revolver?
I omitted the grip removal procedure to save photo space. Different grips come off in different ways. The model 85 has a single screw on the right side of the gun. Remove the screw and pry the grip halves off the grip frame. NOTE: The photo below is not the traditional method of removing the sideplate of a revolver.