Originally Posted By badazzar15:
Originally Posted By fxntime:
Originally Posted By thatguy:
Antisieze is NOT a lubricant
Originally Posted By FredMan:
Out of battery fire?
Looks like the bolt didn't close fully and the base of the casing got spooged.
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I have had that happen 2 or 3 times before and each time it scared the $h!+ out of me.. And Im checking for blood on my hand, face and neck..
You probably need to order a spring kit from black dog machine - your spring isnt strong enough to force the bolt shut..
It also helps to keep the conversion pretty lubed up.. I am now lubing mine with ant-sieze grease instead of CLP and it doesnt seem to get as dirty..
and much of it has finely ground up bits of aluminum or copper in it. I'd be careful using it as a wear lube myself.
Correct. We do not recommend using Antisieze for anything. As a matter of fact we dont recommend using ANY lube.
Let me clarify - I was using a anti-seize/lube - not a straight anti-seize
I have a ciener with a RCS dedicated upper (if that matters) - IF i run it dry i get quite a few more FTF/FTE than when I run it pretty wet with CLP.. BUT that was with the original ciener recoil spring - I have found that it was getting weaker and would not strip the cartridge from the mag at times - it has been changed but i havent been out to test it much though.. I tried the the anti-seize because the CLP attracted so much junk to the BCG and the anti-seize doesnt seem to.
What I was using is Thompson-Center Super Lube - The bottle says "Anti-Sieze lubricant with PTFE" - The container back reads "A hard working synthetic based lube with PTFE, which seals the threads of breach plus/shotgun chokes. withstands high operating temperatures and prevents fouling or powder residue from binding breach plugs. Also protects threads and other metal surface from corrosion"
What is the consensus about me continuing to use this since it does say it is also a lube? Im open to suggestion and was just trying to make the ciener more reliable.