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Old March 10, 2013, 03:58 PM   #5
alex0535
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Found any rust or just some cobwebs in it?

If there isn't much rust, I think you will be able to clean it up pretty well.

If the bolt is still stiff after cleaning and oiling, I would attempt to polish the contact surfaces of the bolt and the receiver until smooth. Might have a little bit of rust creating friction.

If the safety stays sort of stiff after you clean it as best you can and you still are not happy with it. If the trigger is not made of plastic I would just let the action and trigger group to soak in the kerosene bucket for a while.

An air compressor with a nozzle will dry the kerosene out quick. It will leave a light coating of lubrication when it evaporates and will clean as it soaks.
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