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Lubrication points on S&W 22A
I have a SW 22A. I've fired maybe 600 rounds through it so far. I clean it after every range visit (about every 150 rounds) and lube it during reassembly. I know to lubricate the sliding parts and lightly lube the barrel. The manual also shows a little picture with two arrows pointing up in the vicinity of the slide lock and somewhere inside. Can't really tell what I'm supposed to be lubricating. I usually just hit anything that looks like it moves. But that probably overlubricates the gun.
Can anyone tell me where the lubrication points are for the S&W 22A, especially in the area near the feed ramp and trigger?
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