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Release Trigger lube - where to buy

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by JES, May 16, 2007.

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  1. JES

    JES Member

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    I have been looking and don't know the best to use on an Allem trigger set? Who sells and what website to find it on? Thanks, Jan
     
  2. Trap2

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    Jan..... You are going to get all kinds of suggestions on this one. There is no special lube for a release trigger. I shoot a Precision double release in my DB-81 and all I use is "Break Free". I clean the trigger with carburator cleaner, blow it dry, spray it lightly with Break Free, and wipe it down with a soft cloth. I prefer to shoot a slightly "dry" release with just enough lube on it to protect it. The trigger works flawlessly and shows no indication of wear after 3 years use.... Just my experience
     
  3. james huffington

    james huffington TS Member

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    Beware or over lubing a trigger assembly, Spears recommends engine reassembly oil and then only on the pressure points, very sparingly. i have used his recommendations and have never had any trouble, a small tube of oil will last you for yrs. very inexpensive, i use it for all points of lub on guns.
     
  4. TOOT

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    Where's "Shootlow" when you need him?
     
  5. three-reloaders

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    I use stp on release locks. Jerry
     
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