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I am the new owner of a 9mm Shield. My question, where in the inside do u oil, which moving parts, anyone have an exact picture and point out where...TY sooo much...
 

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I am the new owner of a 9mm Shield. My question, where in the inside do u oil, which moving parts, anyone have an exact picture and point out where...TY sooo much...


RTFM.
The manual points them out CLEARLY all 7 of them.
Google is your friend in case you dont have the manual that came with the gun



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"RTFM" What does that abbreviation mean...???
 

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Read
The
F_ c_ing
Manual
S W took the time to write it and explain everything

You took time to buy the weapon.

Take time to READ the book and learn about your new pistol.





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Exactly what was said above. Or just get a quart of synthetic motor oil and pour it on. In all seriousness, keep the oil to a minimum where it should go. No need to gum up the works
 

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There are a number of different ways to do it. I use a variety of methods, one of them...A number of years ago I bought a quart of Mobil 1 10w-30, you can buy oilers, small oil containers, some with a pump and some not, Harbor Freight and most hardware store have them. I've got those oilers around the house, one I keep at my reloading bench, another in the garage, another one with my gun cleaning stuff. A quart will last almost your lifetime, that quart I bought 20+ years ago the people who are cleaning up after I kick the bucket will probably wonder why I have one partially used quart of Mobil 1.
 
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