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Old 11-19-2012, 17:22   #308
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Originally Posted by ak103k View Post
A mess. Dont want that crap on my shiny new Multicams.

Ive always run my AR's at just above "dry", and never had any issues, even with continuous shooting. Then again, thats probably just a hold over from the old Dri Slide days.

I suppose if you were shooting a lot, and things were slowing down or gunking up, and you couldnt clean it, squirting extra lube into the works could keep things going for a little while, but all that extra lube in there in the first place, more likely contributed to the problem.

Then theres always cold weather.
Yeah, no.

You do however make a good point considering grease type lubricants in cold weather. The grease can harden up in the cold. This will inhibit the cycling of the AR.
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