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Old 06-27-2020, 12:25 PM
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Dear Fellow Members-Just received a NIB Rossi model 62 .22 and it's completely dry! Besides the bolt rails, what other parts are lightly oiled? Am guessing that the ammo feed assembly pivot points are also oiled? Does the magazine tube stay dry? Appreciate any detailed information😁-Wafermonkey
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Old 06-27-2020, 02:32 PM
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lube

I had a nice one and like a fool let a friend buy it. I don't remember any lube problems, break it down & oil everywhere a bit. Let it drip if you must. I do remember reading if you were shooting in moist areas to rub the outside of the inner mag tube with a light coat of vaseoline. Sure liked mine, except the hammer always ripped up my right thumb. Good luck
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Yes, I take mine down to 2 pieces and just lube all pivot points and slide railsl and occasionally put a light coat of oil on the inner magazine tube. They are a pretty simple rugged design that doesn't require extensive care. I think they are just one of the most enjoyable plinking rifles around!
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Thank you!

Appreciate the solid advice!-Wafermonkey
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Hornady one shot dri lube. Too much wet lube just collects dirt and turns into gunk.
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