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Rem oil or gun grease #5970229 10/10/15 05:27 AM
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Which one do you guys use or prefer for your bolt

Re: Rem oil or gun grease [Re: Michael214] #5970232 10/10/15 05:33 AM
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Neither, rem oil sucks and grease collects to much dirt. Use a high quality spray like G96, it'll save ya some hassle cheers

Re: Rem oil or gun grease [Re: Michael214] #5970235 10/10/15 05:44 AM
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Thank ya, ill go give it a look right now!

Re: Rem oil or gun grease [Re: Michael214] #5970237 10/10/15 05:50 AM
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Re: Rem oil or gun grease [Re: Michael214] #5970441 10/10/15 02:03 PM
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I've been using Rem Oil for many years.
It's good. It works. That's enough.


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Re: Rem oil or gun grease [Re: reeltexan] #5970645 10/10/15 05:14 PM
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Originally Posted By: reeltexan


I've been using Rem Oil for many years.
It's good. It works. That's enough.


I'm glad that it works for you, I've seen it gum up way too many times turning a gun into a single shot to ever recommend it. I think if you can get a $5 can vs. a $2 oil and avoid problems knock it out up

Re: Rem oil or gun grease [Re: Michael214] #5971397 10/11/15 09:51 AM
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G96 or Corrosion-X both are good.


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Re: Rem oil or gun grease [Re: Michael214] #5971845 10/11/15 06:46 PM
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Picked up some Gunzilla this summer.
So far so good.

Re: Rem oil or gun grease [Re: Michael214] #5971893 10/11/15 07:21 PM
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I've used corrosion X for a few years now.

Re: Rem oil or gun grease [Re: Michael214] #5972825 10/12/15 04:05 AM
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Re: Rem oil or gun grease [Re: Michael214] #5972907 10/12/15 08:56 AM
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Re: Rem oil or gun grease [Re: Esh and Hattie] #5972943 10/12/15 11:38 AM
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Originally Posted By: Esh and Hattie
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I've been using Rem Oil for many years.
It's good. It works. That's enough.


I'm glad that it works for you, I've seen it gum up way too many times turning a gun into a single shot to ever recommend it. I think if you can get a $5 can vs. a $2 oil and avoid problems knock it out up


Yeah. Since it's been working for the last 20 years, guess I'll do just that.


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Re: Rem oil or gun grease [Re: Michael214] #5972954 10/12/15 12:06 PM
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Been using Rem oil and never had any problems or complaints.

Re: Rem oil or gun grease [Re: reeltexan] #5974121 10/12/15 11:15 PM
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Originally Posted By: reeltexan
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I've been using Rem Oil for many years.
It's good. It works. That's enough.


I'm glad that it works for you, I've seen it gum up way too many times turning a gun into a single shot to ever recommend it. I think if you can get a $5 can vs. a $2 oil and avoid problems knock it out up


Yeah. Since it's been working for the last 20 years, guess I'll do just that.

Which guns did you have Rem oil gumming issues, and which guns did fine with it?

Re: Rem oil or gun grease [Re: Michael214] #5974590 10/13/15 02:54 AM
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Gunzilla best. Protective film lasts and believe it's some type of organic oil- not petroleum based.


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Re: Rem oil or gun grease [Re: reeltexan] #5974623 10/13/15 03:09 AM
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Originally Posted By: reeltexan
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I've been using Rem Oil for many years.
It's good. It works. That's enough.


I'm glad that it works for you, I've seen it gum up way too many times turning a gun into a single shot to ever recommend it. I think if you can get a $5 can vs. a $2 oil and avoid problems knock it out up


Yeah. Since it's been working for the last 20 years, guess I'll do just that.


Rem oil, cheap shells and a lot of shooting can gum up your gun. If you shoot really clean shooting shells or do not shoot a whole lot then you won't have the issues he's talking about.

Re: Rem oil or gun grease [Re: Michael214] #5975732 10/13/15 08:56 PM
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I use CLP to clean and then a small amount of Beretta gun oil sprayed on the parts and then I wipe them down once.


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I use rem oil on every gun I own... and my fishing rods

Re: Rem oil or gun grease [Re: Esh and Hattie] #5976374 10/14/15 02:09 AM
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Originally Posted By: Esh and Hattie
Originally Posted By: reeltexan


I've been using Rem Oil for many years.
It's good. It works. That's enough.


I'm glad that it works for you, I've seen it gum up way too many times turning a gun into a single shot to ever recommend it. I think if you can get a $5 can vs. a $2 oil and avoid problems knock it out up


Pretty sure that is user error or improper cleaning, it's worked great for me for many years in about 11 different shotguns. I guess I have the "good" batch of the rem oil

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I use Rem Oil, no problems. CLP always caused malfunctions for me. Even in the Army it would cause the M9s to cycle poorly. I started having my soldiers clean their pistols before the range and then Rem Oil them. The only malfunction we had was after one of my specialists got CLP'd by another platoon's NCO, the pistol failed to cycle. Everything else shot with no issues.

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Re: Rem oil or gun grease [Re: BradyBuck] #5977028 10/14/15 03:16 PM
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Originally Posted By: BradyBuck
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I've been using Rem Oil for many years.
It's good. It works. That's enough.


I'm glad that it works for you, I've seen it gum up way too many times turning a gun into a single shot to ever recommend it. I think if you can get a $5 can vs. a $2 oil and avoid problems knock it out up


Yeah. Since it's been working for the last 20 years, guess I'll do just that.


Rem oil, cheap shells and a lot of shooting can gum up your gun. If you shoot really clean shooting shells or do not shoot a whole lot then you won't have the issues he's talking about.


I bird hunt from September 1st to the end of February, when quail season ends. Probably do about two hunts a month.
I shoot sporting clays and skeet all year. Registered and league. Every week.
Been doing this for years.

No problemas with the Rem Oil yet.

I think it's like fishing line. Some guys like this one, others like that one.
As long as it's a premium line you'll catch fish.


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