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hinge pin grease

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by trapdad2, Jan 5, 2013.

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  1. trapdad2

    trapdad2 Member

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    what's the best grease for hinge pins on a Browning xt? Thanks in advance
     
  2. grntitan

    grntitan Well-Known Member

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    I'll grab the popcorn. Someone save me a seat......
     
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    yakimaman Well-Known Member

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    I use Lucas X-tra.
     
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    687_SP_II TS Member

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    Lucas Red "N" Tacky.
     
  5. wayneo

    wayneo Active Member

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    Click on the link. That was last months discussion.

    Do a search for grease, or lube, and you will get hundreds of recent answers.

    Wayne
     
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    likes-to-shoot Well-Known Member

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    Any kind of grease will work. The trick is to wipe it off after every use and apply new clean grease.

    Not too much butter please....and a small Mountain Dew.
     
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    Rebel Sympathy Well-Known Member

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    Any good grease that will stay in place during heat, vibration and movement. Actually, plumber's valve and faucet grease is quite good for that reason. It is very inexpensive also and looks about identical to the expensive gun maker brands. Hmmmmmm! I wonder.....

    Mike
     
  8. Unknown1

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    Let your bacon pan cool and collect what's on the bottom.

    You already paid for it and you can lick your finger after you apply it!

    Keller
     
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    Perm-a-tex anti sieze.

    Lots of butter.....and a large diet Pepsi

    ROFLMAO

    Chuck
     
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