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I was cleaing my marlin M60 today. After i got her all cleaned up i wanted to add a little bit of dry graphite to the inside of the receiver..well I ended adding alot to the inside of the receiver..dam squezy tubee. Is this gonna be a big problem. Should i take it apart and blow it out? Or should I just let it stay in there considering I got a good portion out. It went down into the main trigger assemble and action.
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I was always taught when in doubt, clean it out. Others here might have more experience with this.
 

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I have never used any dry graphite, so I wouldn't know what to do...other than to just take it apart and reclean it again. Some one should chime in any second about this. :blink:
 

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I would just take the receiver off the stock and blow it out by mouth. Should be fine. Let me know how the graphite works with regards to wear in the receiver housing. I use the Elmer's Teflon spray, that dries to a dry teflon film. If the Graphite works ok, that might be cheaper.
 

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shouldn't hurt anything! Won't have the type of effect that oil would!
 
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