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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.
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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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