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Old 11-06-2018, 12:11 AM
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Number 1. I try and avoid any products labeled Extreme just on general principle.

The Hoppes dri lube works fine too! It’s just not a cleaner.

All these dri lubes are not really dri , and like with any lubrication , a little is more than enough.

Just a spritz not a bath!
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Old 11-06-2018, 05:59 AM
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On the 10/22 side when I use to have a 10/22, they recommended Liquid Wrench Dry Lubricant.
Might want to look it up, I really can not comment on it because I just recently started using it. Says it works into surface and leaves a white lubricant powder. Heard a lot of good things about it on the 10/22 side.
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Old 11-06-2018, 07:52 AM
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The Dry lubes are dry in that the carrier evaporates leaving a thin film of whatever, in my case it's Teflon/PTFE.
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Old 11-06-2018, 08:31 AM
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What exactly are you using? The Liquid Wrench uses Cerflon. What ever that is, I will have to look that one up.

Ok I had to edit this, looked up Cerflon. Here is what it say's

CERFLON® FluoroCeramic technology increases the lubricity and durability for lubricants and coatings! The chemical compound, Boron Nitride, is added to the fluoropolymer PTFE (also known by the DuPont registered trademark Teflon®).

CERFLON® is a ceramic-reinforced fluoropolymer (PTFE). The patented CERFLON® FluoroCeramic technology increases the lubricity and durability for lubricants and coatings! The chemical compound, Boron Nitride, is added to the fluoropolymer PTFE (also known by the DuPont registered trademark Teflon®). Not only is Boron Nitride the only material known to fully reinforce PTFE, in fact, in a 4 Ball Wear Test (an industry standard test that measures the wear protection of a fluid on a metal surface), a base oil compound with CERFLON® scores 15% better than a base oil compound in PTFE alone

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Old 11-09-2018, 04:12 PM
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I donot use any "special" formula. For me it is either simple engine oil (left over from changes on my motorcycle, car, etc.) or I like using graphit oil. Both are more than sufficient for all uses.

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I only have two lever action rimfires so can only comment on those. I have a 1962 39A and a Ruger 96/22. The 96/22 has a very short lever throw such as it sounds like the Browning has. The 96/22 is basically a 10 22 with a lever action. Nice little rifle but I'll take the 39A anyday. BTW, Marlin does still make the 39A in their custom shop but the price is way high....$3500.00 or somewhere around there.
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Love My Browning's

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Old 10-30-2019, 09:37 PM
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my father left his browning lever to a grandchild - i have no idea if that young man still has it , i hope he does , i would have treasured that and willed it to him later in life , as it is i do not have one of these , i think it may be on my list for this year

i have the marlins and henrys and mosbergs and winchesters as well as an obscure one or two , i think this thread inspired me to move this to the top of this yeats list
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