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Old January 25, 2013, 09:32 AM   #7
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Thank you all for the replies. A few follow-ups if you are still inclined:

Originally Posted by wbw
Use the owners manual and give the gun a good cleaning before use. Apply a light coat of lubricant to the rails and other parts that move.
I've scanned the manual, and will of course read it in detail. I have also watched a couple Cougar 8000 youtube videos of field stripping and will eatch a few more. Is rem oil suitable for cleaning and lubricating or is there something more specific I should use?

Originally Posted by wbw
I do own the 9mm and .45 versions of the Stoeger Cougar. Never had any problems with mine. THey are great guns for the money.
Since you are qualified to answer, how does the recoil of thee two calibers compare?

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