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    Posted: 26 February 2005 at 10:11pm
were are you sopose to oil on your gun interior
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You can oil your gun on the front and rear bolt, the sides of the reciever halves, and sometimes on your ASA. Just mostly were there is moving parts in your gun.
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If you have it torn down one or two drops on front and rear bolt o-rings, linkage arm channel, trigger and sear. If it's together do the bolts and 2 or 3 drops in the hole in the asa. The general rule is anywhere you see an o-ring and/or moving parts. After oiling you should dry fire the gun 10-20 times to work the oil around. Take your barrel off while doing that to keep oil out of it.
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