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I purchased a new Taurus PT709 Thin at the gun show yesterday. I have not owned an autoload handgun before and I want to break it in right. The manual says to clean grease from the barrel and chamber before firing. While doing that I noticed a lot f grease in the rear of the slide. Should that be cleaned out as well or does that need to be there to lube the slide?

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RonS
 
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any excess grease should be removed.it can/will hit you in the face when you shoot it.lightly grease/oil slide is what i would do.and remove the extra as you mentioned
 
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