What is the point of oiling ammo to get it to work in a rifle that is supposed to digest everything you put in it. I stay away from steel ammo in anything I shoot, and I have a friend that uses it a lot due to the cost differential. I've watched him digging the 5.56's out of his AR's on many occasions as he usually can't remember to take a rod to knock out the stuck brass. With a hot chamber and an empty sitting in it, the laquered surfaces of some of them REALLY sticks in part of the time. I've cleaned a rifle for him before and watched all kinds of black dusty stuff come out of the chamber with a vigerous brushing.
I say stick to good brass ammo and let the commies keep their cheap stuff.
Last edited by Old Stony; June 12, 2013 at 07:33 PM.