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Old 09-12-2021, 10:15 PM
UncleEd UncleEd is offline
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One thing about revolvers
is that they really require
very little oil in the innards.

General maintenance merely
suggests a drop or two of
light oil such as Rem Oil into
the innards occasionally. The
oil will run and coat everything
needed. Colt for its new Pythons
supplies a sample of Lucas oil,
slightly thicker than Rem Oil.
The sample has 0.135 oz. of
oil, more than enough for the
Python.

I hate the word "lube" because
it suggests to me greasing
the insides. A revolver ain't
an auto, i.e. a 1911.

And look now to
the manual for Glocks where
a little dab of oil will do you.
Friction between parts is
minimal.
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