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9/22/2017 12:11:25 AM
Posted: 8/20/2005 10:07:39 PM EDT
Gentelmen, I have owned my Bobcat for about two years now and the gun works very well but once i have expended over 400 to 500 rounds of ammo the guns starts to have feeding issues.

I have used Break free and Tetra lube and my be over oiling the bolt carrier group as the oil sludge from power residue mixed from lubericant may be the culprit. Are there better graphite or oil tubes in the market place to solve this issues. I just have been cleaning the gun after 400 plus rounds and things seem to work about 99 percent of the time.
Link Posted: 8/24/2005 12:19:33 AM EDT

Originally Posted By V2:
Gentelmen, I have owned my Bobcat for about two years now and the gun works very well but once i have expended over 400 to 500 rounds of ammo the guns starts to have feeding issues.

I have used Break free and Tetra lube and my be over oiling the bolt carrier group as the oil sludge from power residue mixed from lubericant may be the culprit. Are there better graphite or oil tubes in the market place to solve this issues. I just have been cleaning the gun after 400 plus rounds and things seem to work about 99 percent of the time.



I'm Guessing that you're using the Tetra Aeresol "Cleaner & Light Lubricant" on the bolt action/cocking tube assy. etc.? Well, on complete take-down maintainence I use the Tetra Grease (from the tube) on these parts with great results. The grease doesn't just burn off with the heat like most light lubricants do, and while it does get dirty it doesn't gum up. 2500+ rounds on my BW89 so far and still no feeding problems.
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