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Friday, June 26, 2009

How to clean and lubricate a revolver


For those who have never cleaned a revolver,
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2 comments:

Hammer said...

When WD40 dries it crystalizes. I once got it into the trigger mechanism of one of my rifles and it totally froze it until I used breakfree and lubricated it properly.


I'm not saying WD40 is bad but it needs to be followed by other proper gun oils.

James A. Zachary Jr. said...

I agree. I used WD40 for some stuff, but not my guns. For a light gun oil / solvent I settled on Rem Oil. When a heavier oil is needed I use Hoppe's.