Originally Posted by barrel roll
Inconsistent when you lubricate?! What the hell?!
I think he is right in a way.I just completely took my Sr apart and while putting it back together.I lubed the sear and hammer lug with some moly paste.Before i did this i had the hammer lug adjusted to the proper depth so that the sear caught the lug.
Now during the dissasembly i did not touch the hammer lug at all.Only applied some moly paste.
it seems that the moly paste reduced the friction so much that the sear was no longer catching the lug....lol...so i had to turn the lug down a bit so that the lug was caught by the sear.
But then again i think that is a good thing though as far as lubrication.that goes to show how much less friction is being put on the 2 parts.
i just put 3 cases through the gun and it worked beautiful.
As i said this stuff is used for extreme metal to metal contact in my air rifles and i think its a perfect fit here.It also does not come off.
Although i had to drop my lug down farther witch may seem like the grease is causing a problem.I think its the other way around.As before the sear catching the lug was due top friction really rather than the 2 pieces being properly alighned together.