SBEll jamming help

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Re: SBEll jamming help

Postby MSparks909 » Tue Jan 21, 2014 10:57 pm

mudpack wrote:
wjarrell wrote: And the lube I use is CLP.

There's your problem.
Clean the gun thoroughly....I mean a complete teardown; mag spring and recoil spring included.....then lube it with a real gun oil. RemOil works well, as does the Outer's oil.

You don't need a product that is a "cleaner" or a "protector". You need a lubricant, period. Your regular cleaning of the gun is all the "cleaner" and "protector" it requires. Gun oil is the answer.


CLP is a better quality lube than RemOil...
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Re: SBEll jamming help

Postby Nelliboy2 » Wed Jan 22, 2014 8:47 am

MSparks909 wrote:
mudpack wrote:
wjarrell wrote: And the lube I use is CLP.

There's your problem.
Clean the gun thoroughly....I mean a complete teardown; mag spring and recoil spring included.....then lube it with a real gun oil. RemOil works well, as does the Outer's oil.

You don't need a product that is a "cleaner" or a "protector". You need a lubricant, period. Your regular cleaning of the gun is all the "cleaner" and "protector" it requires. Gun oil is the answer.


CLP is a better quality lube than RemOil...

X2 REMOIL is like putting bubble gum in your action. There is a lot better oils out there that preform better in colder weather.


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Re: SBEll jamming help

Postby dukhntr » Wed Jan 22, 2014 9:10 am

mudpack wrote:
wjarrell wrote: And the lube I use is CLP.

There's your problem.
Clean the gun thoroughly....I mean a complete teardown; mag spring and recoil spring included.....then lube it with a real gun oil. RemOil works well, as does the Outer's oil.

You don't need a product that is a "cleaner" or a "protector". You need a lubricant, period. Your regular cleaning of the gun is all the "cleaner" and "protector" it requires. Gun oil is the answer.


Give me a break! Not a real oil, but rem oil is?? okaaaaaaay! :no:
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Re: SBEll jamming help

Postby Johnnyrad » Wed Jan 29, 2014 5:21 pm

Ya I quit using Kent. Try XX Winchester's, Black Cloud, Remington. I had some problems in my SBEII earlier in its life with Kent but now has some years has 5-6 seasons. It does shoot Kent's but earlier in its life did not like. I feel Kent has also improved their line of shells so maybe using older Kent's ?
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