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Laying down a fine bead of oil

This is a discussion on Laying down a fine bead of oil within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; heard lube plate is a good lube havent tried it yet but i have some will let you all know how it goes...

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    heard lube plate is a good lube havent tried it yet but i have some will let you all know how it goes


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    Thumbs up Jardines EXTREME

    Very Good Stuff For Slide To Frame Lube.


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    You can get hypodermic syringes of various sizes at the pharmacy. No prescription required, but you'll have to sign a logbook. I fix mechanical watches, and use a hypo to refill my watch oiler--1/2 ml (about 5 large drops) is enough for 5 or 10 refills and several hundred watches.

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    Lowe's sells a Precision oiler for $4...It rocks



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    I get syringes from a veterinary supply by mail order for our dog breeding business. (to vaccinate the puppies.) I always hold out one or two for my tool box. That is a great way to get small amounts of oil into hard to reach places. (That "worm blower" is an interesting thing though. )

    RSSZ,
    When I was an aircraft mechanic (still am, but not active now) we were prevented from using WD40 on aircraft parts because some research showed that it had a corrosive effect in some instances. I don't recall the specifics, but I do remember having to use other "approved" oils. (it was something like an acid in the oil, or forming in the oil, but I don't remember exactly.)
    I use WD40 around the house, but the house doesn't fly, or shoot.

    Just a little info I remember that you might want to look into, if it makes a diference.
    It’s so much easier now days, to "Love and honor" my wife, when she is armed, and shoots a better group than I do. (Till death do us part, eh?)

    “The way you get shot by a concealed weapons permit holder is, you point a gun at him,” the Sheriff said.

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