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I got around to polishing the bolt on my 10/22 and it went well and from what I can test works well. After polishing I noted that no matter if I put a little or alot of CLP on it the CLP beaded up on the metal. Not sure if this is a problem or not, just never had it happen.
 

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There may be a coating on the metal from polishing, oils should not bead up on clean metal.
Try cleaning the area with a good solvent that is safe for your gun.
 

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Use a "Dry Lube" product on Bolts & Receivers

I've been having great results using "Dry Lube" on all lube points in my receivers & bolts. Internal parts are a whole lot cleaner after range trips ..

At Lowe's I found the DuPont teflon dry lube on a small display rack located next to the normal grease product.

Remember to "Shake" the dry lube product prior to use, a lot of the product settles to the bottom of the bottle.

I learned about the use of dry lube by reading in the Rimfire Central forum.

TK
 

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I used Dri-Lube for decades on everything it is a very good product...

However...I have switched to Frog Lube and love this stuff more everyday...use it on a ton of stuff almost everyday in the shop from assembly lube to thread cutting aluminum etc, etc...

Got a 4oz jar of paste and still have half of it left...
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