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Old 11-25-2012, 12:45 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by c3shooter
Easy, greasy- it's a long way to slide.

Everything you always wanted to know about a greasy Garand
Good stuff and many thanks! I become puzzled with other statements when an argument states that "greasing,oiling and cleaning is or can be overdone" Maybe..? Or I can remind myself that I'd never drive my Truck with out oil or neglect parts that need to be lubricated?
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Old 11-26-2012, 01:33 PM   #12
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It's called " LUBRIPLATE" and was the standard issue with the rifle when you were going to shoot ( like at the range) otherwise NO grease on the rifle. In Korea it got so cold that this grease would freeze up and the rifle wouldn't operate and they wound up using " VITALS" hair groom for lubrication. That worked and didn't freeze either. Lubriplate also came in quart size cans that the amours used on the rifle range. Or at least they did in the Marine Corps. Regards, Vearl Brown
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