By Bob Owens
This rifle was last lubricated and fired in September of 2013, or two years prior to when this video was shot. FireClean was used as the lubricant at that time and no lubricant was added to the weapon after September of 2013 nor has the weapon been cleaned in the multitude of rounds that were fired prior to September of 2013. This test was conducted in order to determine if allegations made by a competing oil company that FireClean would cause the action to “gum up” if the oil was left on the weapon for more than six to twelve months.
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