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Old 11-19-2012, 14:50   #306
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Originally Posted by ak103k View Post
But not too wet. Which is usually what happens. Too wet is just as bad as too dry.

Same goes for LocTite.
Originally Posted by mjkeat View Post
What problems will too wet cause?
This ^

I haven't yet personally experienced a single person having a single problem from too much lube on an AR type rifle. I don't recall reading about even one single person, from verifiable, reliable source, having a problem from too much lube on an AR.

At any rate, too little lube is FAR, FAR more likely to be a problem than too much. If somebody doesn't know how much to use, tell them to err on the side of too much/lots. The BCG is better off dripping wet than dry or even damp/moist.
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