The world may indeed spin off of its rotational axis and we are all soon to be doomed… Lessons Learned: We needed to apply CLP to that gun at approximately rds. Slip Carbon Cutter Carbon Killer works like a bandit. However, the bolt was still moist. The action cycled easily and nothing was askew. Thanks to Chad M for showing me something new. The bolt was bone dry and solidly caked with carbon.
The bolt was bone dry and solidly caked with carbon. The action cycled easily and nothing was askew. He got the bolt forward, but told me it was a mess. I cleaned the upper receiver, lubed everything with Slip EWL and reassembled the carbine. I could not remove the firing pin retaining pin nor easily move the bolt within the bolt carrier. It does need to be wet. The DI system is far from dead. Those that are used hard need to be cleaned before being stored. I took the guns and put them back in the case. However, the bolt was still moist. The AR does not need to be white glove clean. No problem so far. I know, Pat cleaning a gun? The world may indeed spin off of its rotational axis and we are all soon to be doomed… Lessons Learned: What we saw was interesting, and worth reporting. That was an understatement. Slip Carbon Cutter Carbon Killer works like a bandit. The wear areas had some rust. Last week I was in the armory and found the guns. We handed the guns out to students at class and ran them through 4 classes. I took a cleaning brush and scrubbed the outside of the BCG. This one took less time as it was not as hard baked on. We started out with bone dry new guns then lubricated them properly. At rds we reapplied lube to both guns. When I went to the CLP gun, the bolt was locked to the rear. Better than any other lube I have ever used.
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