To clean your gun, you need a cleaning rod, cleaning pads, powder solvent, q-tips and gun oil. These supplies should come from a gun shop, or official supplier, either a store or online (a source Brownells: brownells.com
). Do not use regular household cleaning items.
1. First, remove the ammo clip and unload any rounds that are in the chamber. If it is a 9mm version of hte P94, there should be 15 rounds total from the clip and chamber, so make sure to remove them all. With the .40 S&W there should be 12 rounds. Make sure all rounds are accounted for.
2. Pull th slide back and lock it. Push the ejector down and align the notch on the left side of the grip with the slide stop. Drift the slide stop through the hold until it stopsk and then pull the slide forward off the frame. Remove the spring assembly and the barrel.
3. Run 6 cleaning pads through the barrel with the cleaning rod. On the first 3 pads, use powder solvent, but the last three should be dry to dry out the barrel. Dip the q-tips in cleaning solvent and then clean off powder residue and dust from the inside of the frame, trigger housing and spring area. Dampen a cloth with gun oil and wipe down the inside of the frame and slide, lube all moving pivots and wipe off the ammo clip.
4. Put the gun back together: Place the barrel in the frame and revers Step 2. Insert the magazine back into the gun, cycle a bullet into the chamber and test your gun. Make sure that once reassembled, the gun will effectively cycle bullets through and fire without problem.
Have fun and remember, safety first.