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Old 05-31-2012, 15:13   #90
Matthew Courtney
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Join Date: Oct 2002
Location: Lake Charles
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Originally Posted by K. Foster View Post
At some point during the test, I think it would be interesting to clean both rifles and then keep them lubed but donít clean them and run them to the point of failure.
On lubrication; Slip is about as good a firearm lube as you can get but when you figure in cost, synthetic motor oil and lithium grease would get my vote for training guns.

The rifles will be cleaned at regular intervals, every 400 rounds, as that is what our POI calls for. At $40 for a pint and $225 for a gallon, Slip2K EWL is not cost prohibitive. In fact, if it extends the life of parts and firearms 10% over Mobile 1, it will prove to more than pay for itself given we have over $40,000 invested in firearms.
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