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I haven't seen a general thread on where to oil your firearm. There are plenty of posts on different guns on how to clean and lube and what is the best product but I want to start a thread on where to lube any gun. I'm going to start out with the three easiest photos to find on a AR,AK,& Glock. Please post a picture and name of any gun you have. Either out of an owners Manuel or web picture. Thanks. A



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Then there's the debate of grease for the large sliding parts, and oil for the small parts...

I've used vaseline in iraq on my saw. That was an extreme condition. For everyday usage, I just stick to ballistol on everything. My carry gun does not see the abuse or extreme conditions that my saw did in iraq.

I just oil everything, then wipe down. Maybe if I were doing some competitions it'd be different, but my gun just doesn't see that kind of usage. Range sessions for me max out at about 200 rounds, limited by finances, and simply oiling everything hasn't failed yet.

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Then there's the debate of grease for the large sliding parts, and oil for the small parts...

I've used vaseline in iraq on my saw. That was an extreme condition. For everyday usage, I just stick to ballistol on everything. My carry gun does not see the abuse or extreme conditions that my saw did in iraq.

I just oil everything, then wipe down. Maybe if I were doing some competitions it'd be different, but my gun just doesn't see that kind of usage. Range sessions for me max out at about 200 rounds, limited by finances, and simply oiling everything hasn't failed yet.
Thank you for your service. Do you have a diagram where to oil or grease the SAW? What I want to do is get a thread started on where to oil and grease. Kinda a quick reference on as many guns as possible instead of looking all over the web. I'm trying to find stuff like lever actions,bolt action,pistols Shotguns, or what ever. Think it would be neat to see what everyone comes up with. I don't have Manuel's on a few of my guns and can't find a good oiling diagram. I mostly know where to oil by wear points and common since but I could be missing something important.
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I haven't seen a general thread on where to oil your firearm. There are plenty of posts on different guns on how to clean and lube and what is the best product but I want to start a thread on where to lube any gun. I'm going to start out with the three easiest photos to find on a AR,AK,& Glock. Please post a picture and name of any gun you have. Either out of an owners Manuel or web picture. Thanks. A
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Thank you for your service. Do you have a diagram where to oil or grease the SAW? What I want to do is get a thread started on where to oil and grease. Kinda a quick reference on as many guns as possible instead of looking all over the web. I'm trying to find stuff like lever actions,bolt action,pistols Shotguns, or what ever. Think it would be neat to see what everyone comes up with. I don't have Manuel's on a few of my guns and can't find a good oiling diagram. I mostly know where to oil by wear points and common since but I could be missing something important.
With my saw, I scrubbed it clean with brakefree, and then either wiped it down with an oily rag or sprayed it down with any available spray. By this I mean, I treated everything. Then I very heavily greased the rails, charging handle rail, and packed vaseline where the feed tray cover meets the receiver. That last was to keep grit from blowing into it.


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