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  1. Radar

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    Hello folks,

    I have a Colt 6920 that I bought quite a number of years ago as an OEM rifle. It has never been fired because I only recently finished installing the final parts to complete the rifle. My question is about making it ready for its first fire. Do I take it apart thoroughly, lubing it with Break Free CLP, or can I lube the barrel and let her rip? Should I grease the bearing surfaces on the bolt carrier or use the CLP? I am not new to firearms, but this my first serious rifle. Knowledgeable help is appreciated. It's a 6920, so it is labeled M4 carbine. I can't imagine that makes a difference, though. Thank you, Eric M.
     
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    Run patch through bore to remove any old oil. Lightly oil (or light grease) bearing surfaces as you mentioned. Load magazine and have fun.
     
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    Thank you-
     

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