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Great advice from Blueiron........... as a general rule never oil striker assemblies

However, if you are constantly taking you gun from an airconditioned environment and then back into a hot humid car etc.

You might want to coat the striker with one drop of Break-Free CLP and then dry with a clean patch. CLP is a wonderful cleaner/conditioner/lubricator that will not gum and can disolve carbon deposits on contact while staying very fluid. The amount you will leave on the striker will just be enough to coat the metal spring to prevent corrosion from moisture build up. Corrosion can stop spring function as well as dirt & gum.

Each senerio requires a different course of care for your weapon depending on the environment -- but generally speaking keep those strikers clean and dry !

JF.
 
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