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Where do you lube your Benalli M4 and how much do you use?

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I’ve read the USMC manual on the M4 but I was curious to hear from anyone who has put a lot of shells through their gun. After cleaning, where do you lube your M4 and how much do you use?

Do you see any additional places that need lube (worn areas from metal on metal contact) that are not mentioned in the USMC manual?

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I oil per the manual. lightly on trigger assemble, quite a bit on the bolt carrier group. about 14oo rounds down range very little wear showing.

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Always make sure the recoil link pin (located at the rear of the bolt [bcg]) is well lubed when you're cleaning/lubing your semi-auto Benelli.

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The same way I do my AR/M4 series weapons. Lots on the BCG. It will spit out what it doesn't want. Unlike my AR/M4's, though, I will use grease on the rails of the BCG in my M1014.

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It's funny..........I have several bottles of that stuff that Benelli includes with each weapon and I use that liberally over the BCG. I use some extreme duty grease on the sear contact points but very little. I've had zero issues on both my M4's.

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