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Cleaning and lube for triggers?

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by cottondoctor, Feb 23, 2008.

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  1. cottondoctor

    cottondoctor Member

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    Honest question about Perazzi pull/pull triggers – not a baiting question. How do you clean and what is your maintenance program on your Perazzi triggers? Spray then out with carb cleaner, – then Rem oil or CLP then compressed air and then back in the gun? Etc etc --- Looking forward to replies. Thanks
     
  2. mercedesman1981

    mercedesman1981 TS Member

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    My thought is if you are going to use carb cleaner on the inside of your trigger assembly, you might want to use a metal protector like Boeshield and then moly grease on the sear/release portion of the trigger. When shooting bullseye-pistol, triggers are extremely important so I use moly grease for consistency but then the trigger area is cleaned quite frequently in 1911A1's v.s. trap guns.

    Mike
     
  3. ramorton

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    On all my Perazzi triggers I used Mineral Spirits to clean. After cleaning, then blow the trigger dry. Lubricate all areas of contact with light grease. I used Mystic JT-6. Then sprayed with CLP or compareable lube. Then wipe off excess. Never had any problems with the exception of a broken v-spring from time to time. It usually took several thousand rounds to have v-spring problems. That is what worked for me. I owned 6 P-guns. Hope this helps, Roy
     
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