Waylon Posted January 24, 2005 Share Posted January 24, 2005 I just got got my new Super Black Eagle II, and I have a question. After purchase I completly disassembled it, cleaned the internal components, and re-assembled. However, I re-lubed the action parts with INHIBITOR rust protector. While duckhunting in 11 degree weather, my first three shots cycled perfectly. I reloaded, and got ready for more ducks. (I'm shooting 3.5" Drylocks. #2s) Well, my first shell exited the gun, but my second shell didn't enter the chamber. I could have possibly taken 2 more Mallards had this thing not jammed, and I was not very happy. I have cycled probably 20 more rounds with no problems, but will this happen again? $1500.00 guns shouldn't jam. EVER! How much "gun oil" should I use? I didn't saturate it, but it was more than you could apply with a cloth application. Could it have been the Inhibitor? Is this stuff intended for use as a lube as well? Should I relube with actual gun oil, and discard the INHIBITOR? Please help Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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