Cleaning and maintaining the COP handgun is relatively simple because of its stainless steel construction and the permanent coating of Molykote lubricant. However, as with any fine piece of equipment, certain basic cleaning procedures should be employed regularly to keep your COP in good operating condition. The following steps should be taken to remove dirt, powder residues, and possible brass shavings or metal fouling from the barrels and extractor after firing.
1. Clean the bores and chambers in a conventional manner with cleaning patches and a wire brush. Bores should always be cleaned from the breech toward the muzzle.
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