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View Full Version : AR trigger grease. All the previous threads seem to recommend AeroShell grease 6 or Mobil I have two questions: 1. Obviously the pins should be greased. Many other posts, including the famous "15 minute trigger job" floating around, suggest polishing these surfaces.

Response trigger lube instructions

Response trigger lube instructions

Response trigger lube instructions

Response trigger lube instructions

Response trigger lube instructions

Use of whale oil on weapons is no joke. It would have gone longer but I cleaned triggwr at that point and put on some fresh stuff. It does not come off in salt water or fresh water, and makes an incredible corrosion inhibitor. Will see if Response trigger lube instructions lasts but that is some slippery trifger. Now it takes longer to remove and re-install the gasblock than it does to clean it. DO NOT apply over other lubricant residue or fouling, as this will keep the Response trigger lube instructions from adhering properly to the metal substrate.

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There maybe an air leak in the RT system, if you can not adjust the resistance pressure of the trigger.

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View Full Version : AR trigger grease. All the previous threads seem to recommend AeroShell grease 6 or Mobil I have two questions: 1. Obviously the pins should be greased. Many other posts, including the famous "15 minute trigger job" floating around, suggest polishing these surfaces.

Wouldn't grease inhibit this polishing? I am in no way going to stone or polish anything, and I can stand less than "baby butt" smoothness until it breaks in - not a bench rest guy.

And I'm not going to send it to Springfield or anyone else. I just want to install it once, the best it can be, and go shoot it.

The 2 greases above seem a pricey and b come in a big tube. If not, anyone know where I can find a small tube like comes with the Geisselle? I try to be a no voodoo guy - bore snake, clean with Hoppe's elite and lube with Mobile 1 - and don't want to add anything to the KISS routine unless really needed. Thanks for any advice. It would have gone longer but I cleaned everything at that point and put on some fresh stuff.

That said, I've also used lithium grease from the auto parts store and I don't notice much of a difference. Geissele Automatics come with a tube of Mobil 28 that's gotta tell you something And the instructions tell you to put it on the engagement surfaces. Yeah, I get both those parts. Strongly considered just getting an SSA and be done with it.

IIRC, the Geissele pins are a closer fit than standard and likely the engagement surfaces are already polished. I was just thinking the LMT is a bet less "refined", uses the stock pins, and having read some possibly dubious advice about polishing it myself or using lapping compound to smooth things out not on a Geiselle that putting lube on them immediately would have the opposite effect.

Thanks for indulging the noob o wise gurus of the forum. I'm going to let you in on a dirty little secret, when it comes to triggers grease is grease. When you start talking about high pressures and temps, or other high stress applications it can start to get complicated, but an AR trigger group is none of the above. I use wheel bearing grease for just about everything gun related because if it can hold under tens of thousands of miles and still be good, nothing that happens in a firearm is going to hurt it.

If i want to go supper slippery I use a moly paste I got from Bushmaster. Thank you. Maybe I was fishing for this validation. Finally settled on what worked, for the cheapest and easiest. Learned about that when I owned a cough, cough AK and it worked great. Glad I'm not the only one. It works great. The tiny tubes of grease that Geissele includes are unopened awaiting future use.

Maybe I'll use that on my next Geissele install and see if I can tell any difference. I use Redline Racing's assembly lube on mine. When I had the stock trigger it kind of sucked. I took it out, cleaned everything up, and lubed it with the Redline and it was a shite load better.

It can be used on everything. DO NOT apply over other lubricant residue or fouling, as this will keep the XF-7 from adhering properly to the metal substrate. Other lubes can be applied over XF-7, but they may adversely affect the adhesion and performance of the XF Metal surfaces can be prepped for XF-7 application by washing in warm soap and water and then drying thoroughly, or by degreasing with chemical degreasers Acetone, MEK, etc.

Use all appropriate solvent handling safety procedures. Apply XF-7 by squeezing a small amount out of the syringe and onto the surface of the metal to be protected and lubricated.

Rub it in thoroughly with fingers, patch or brush. Remove excess XF-7 When finished, you should have a viable but thin, uniform layer of XF-7 over the entire surface to be lubricated and protected.

A little goes a long way. XF-7 will not drip, run or melt. Note: XF-7 can be used to prevent corrosion in the gun bores, but care must be taken to remove excess lubricant. For best accuracy, run a dry patch through the bore prior to firing. Remove XF-7 from metal, hands, or clothing by washing with soap and water. Note that XF-7 requires NO hazmat equipment to handle, apply, store or dispose.

When it comes to trigger's, I follow the way of the Trigger Oracle.. Bill G and his magical lube's:D The old was the red aviation mobil grease.. All grease makes the world of difference but this new grease that Bill and GA are using seems to be a touch above..

I'm religious about the grease cause these triggers when greased properly have a feel and break that is just addictive as hell. Okay, 8 bones for a lifetime supply. Probably work wonders on the little one's bicycle, too. Thanks Trident. The AeroShell 6 is microgel thickened, mineral oil base lube. Not good for weapons. Good luck if you use it anywhere else on your weapon.

M Umm, isn't mineral oil the main ingredient in nearly all gun oils? And Geissele is not exactly an unproven start up. Don't know much about microgel thickening though.

Can you elaborate? Why don't you just use mineral oil as your lube? Why do you have to have an oil or grease that's good for "this" application but not for "that". Look for something that is not like all the others. I dislike using lube which would attract and hold dust in my trigger area, although out of convenience I do use various stuff like that.

I've not yet bought it, but on my next Midway buy list is some moly by Sentry Solutions. Where do you gentlemen put the lubricant on the trigger mechanism? Thank you in advance. I picked this stuff at my local gun shop. I really works great. As I understand it John Jardine is some kind of guru and this is his secret sauce. It's meant for boat trailer wheels and the like so it's meant to put up with salt water, etc.

Havn't felt a need to switch to anything else in a couple of years now. M "Microgel", in this case, being a trademarked name for clay-based bentonite thickener. That's not an awful choice for guns.. Aluminum base is generally beter, though.

I'm curious - why? My company is called MD Labs. I am located in Prescott Valley, Az. MD Labs is a small family business, and everything we make or do is directed towards police and military use. XF7 has undergone extensive field trials over the last three years in Yuma Arizona during summer operation with the USMC, 29 Palms, Iraq, A'stan, and numerous marine environment tests including a lot of tests done in the Virgina Beach area, all prior to our releasing it for sale. It has also been tested well north of the Arctic Circle in winter, on tugboats in San Pedro Harbor extreme test: ran on the tug's propeller for four days with no loss , and in the jungles of Panama and Costa Rica.

Rest assured that XF7 has been proven in virtually every possible climate found on this planet. It does not come off in salt water or fresh water, and makes an incredible corrosion inhibitor.

It also has marvelous properties of heat and extreme cold resistance, so it turned out to have a lot of other non-maritime weapon related applications as well. The fact that XF7 is nontoxic and cleans up with soap and water makes it a much safer alternative to conventional lubricants on the market today.

XF7 also reduces the necessity of using toxic cleaning solvents on the firearms, and reduces the attendant health risks incurred by exposure to typical weapon solvents and cleaners which usually contain benzene, butylcellusolve and a host of other nasty chemicals. XF7 will not harm O rings or optical glass and plastics.

An added bonus of using XF7 per the very specific instructions found in each package is the ease of cleanup after shooting. Fouling and carbon just wipe off of the weapon. Many operators using XF7 on the M report that the previous nightmare of cleaning the charcoal briquette aka the gas block has been alleviated entirely with XF7 use. Now it takes longer to remove and re-install the gasblock than it does to clean it. Ron Smith's experience with XF7 has been so good that it is now the only lubricant used on Smith Enterprise weapons.

I am told it is also used as an assembly lube on US Optics scopes. Unlike teflon loaded products that deteriorate, combust and produce extremely toxic and very corrosive hydroflourides when exposed to temperatures above F, XF7 has no corrosive or toxic byproducts.

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There maybe an air leak in the RT system, if you can not adjust the resistance pressure of the trigger. This is tough to troubleshoot since the system is only pressurized when the gun is firing. Also, if your valve isn't releasing the correct pressure, you won't have enough to power the accessories. Make sure you have good orings in the gun and that your Drive Spring or Guide Pin are not worn or bent.

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Response trigger lube instructions

Response trigger lube instructions

Response trigger lube instructions