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Old 07-23-2012, 02:22 AM   #11
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To add what parts do you lube? It seems some coat their AR and some just use a few drops. I just finished my first AR. I am unsure on how much lube. I have a Nickel Boron BCG do does that make a difference?

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To add what parts do you lube? It seems some coat their AR and some just use a few drops. I just finished my first AR. I am unsure on how much lube. I have a Nickel Boron BCG do does that make a difference?
I usually generously lube my ARs. They like wet . I don't think Nickel Boron BCG makes any difference. Some said they are easier to clean.
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I usually generously lube my ARs. They like wet . I don't think Nickel Boron BCG makes any difference. Some said they are easier to clean.
Cool. I know on my other bolt action rifles and my handguns I just use a drop or 2 on the lube points. Do AR's need more?
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Cool. I know on my other bolt action rifles and my handguns I just use a drop or 2 on the lube points. Do AR's need more?
On mine.. Yes. So far i have no problems. As i said my ARs like them wet. Self to each own i guess.
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