- Brass Beam™ and Potential Chamber Sticking:
- Preventing Chamber Sticking:
- Troubleshooting Sticking Issues:
Brass Beam™ and Potential Chamber Sticking: #
The Brass Beam™ is a valuable tool for realistic and convenient dry fire training. However, it is precise manufactured, and issues can arise if the firearm’s chamber is not entirely clean. Here’s what you need to know:
Precision Manufacturing: #
The Brass Beam™ is designed to fit snugly into the chamber of your firearm. This precision is essential for accurate laser dry fire training, as it ensures the laser beam aligns correctly with the barrel.
Residue and Debris: #
In some cases, residue or debris left in the firearm’s chamber from live fire practice or previous sessions can interfere with the Brass Beam™’s™ smooth insertion and removal. This residue might include gunpowder residue, fouling, or other contaminants.
Preventing Chamber Sticking: #
To avoid the Brass Beam™ getting stuck with the laser on and to ensure smooth operation during dry fire training, here are some preventive measures:
Maintain a Clean Chamber: #
Regularly clean and inspect the chamber of your firearm to remove any residue or debris. This is a standard maintenance practice for firearm safety and functionality.
Properly Store Firearms: #
Store your firearms in a clean and dry environment to prevent the accumulation of contaminants. Keep them in a gun safe or secure location to minimize exposure to dust and debris.
Check the Brass Beam™: #
Before inserting the Brass Beam™, inspect it for any visible residue or debris. Wipe it down with a clean, lint-free cloth to ensure it is free of contaminants.
Practice Safe Dry Fire Training: #
During dry fire training, follow firearm safety rules diligently. Treat every training session with the same seriousness as live fire practice, and always point the firearm in a safe direction.
Troubleshooting Sticking Issues: #
If the Brass Beam™ becomes stuck due to residue or debris, here are steps to address the issue:
Use Proper Tools: #
If the Brass Beam™ gets stuck, use the appropriate tools or cleaning equipment to carefully and safely remove it from the chamber. We recommend using the eraser end of a number 2 pencil to extract Brass Beam™™ from the chamber
Clean the Chamber: #
Thoroughly clean the firearm’s chamber to remove any remaining residue or debris. Follow proper cleaning procedures for your specific firearm.
Inspect the Brass Beam™: #
After removal, inspect the Brass Beam™ for any damage or contaminants. Clean it if necessary before reinserting it for dry fire training.
By maintaining a clean firearm chamber and following proper procedures for using the Brass Beam™, you can enjoy effective and safe laser dry fire training without the risk of it getting stuck with the laser on due to chamber contamination.