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Old October 13, 2018, 11:12 AM   #20
Mal H
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Fallen - you have gotten many good answers to your questions, but it seems this one is the one that you are still most interested in:
"So, there is nothing wrong with having the inside of the barrel lubed with a round in the chamber?"

The definitive answer is - no, there is nothing wrong with having a round in the chamber with the barrel "lubed". The gun won't explode if you fire a round with a little oil in the barrel.

That is, if you understand what most have said about the subject. A light coating of oil is sufficient. Like JohnKSa said, a good method is to run a lightly oiled patch down the barrel and then a dry patch. Don't worry, there will be enough oil left to do the job it's supposed to do.

I hope that puts that question to bed for good.
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