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Old 11-29-2009, 12:37 AM
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Thanks. I'm still fondling. LOL
What exactly are ya doin' to the gun.... NO, don't answer that.
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Old 11-29-2009, 08:30 AM
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What exactly are ya doin' to the gun.... NO, don't answer that.
It involves oil and lots of touching.

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Ok, the RZ-10 has been disassembled, cleaned, lubed with copious amounts of FP-10 and reassembled sans recoil spring, guide rod and bushing. The slide has been racked in excess of 600 times, disassembled, cleaned and then reassembled with a light coat of FP-10. When it comes time to blast holes in paper... the beast will be lubed until wet.

I have weapon... weapon is prepared. Shooter is ready for enlightenment. ;D
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