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    PS 90 Proper Lubrication Points (Pics)

    The attached pics shows the lube points for the pack. The best lube for the pack is Balkamp all-purpose Dry Graphite Lubricant which can be found at most auto parts stores. A little goes a long way.


    The best lube for the trigger bars is Inox oil. You can find it on eBay. A couple of drops on each bar, as before a little goes a long way.


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    Nice post

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    It also helps if you put some lube (I use Weapon Shield) on the trigger and along the trigger rods. Any place where there is any friction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by M1P90
    It also helps if you put some lube.........................along the trigger rods
    As was stated in post #1.

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    Is this the trigger mech? It say to never lube it in the instruction book from FN.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Visitor Q
    Is this the trigger mech?
    It's the hammer pack.

    Quote Originally Posted by Visitor Q
    It say to never lube it in the instruction book from FN
    Do you want it to work or not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhs27275
    Quote Originally Posted by Visitor Q
    Is this the trigger mech?
    It's the hammer pack.

    Quote Originally Posted by Visitor Q
    It say to never lube it in the instruction book from FN
    Do you want it to work or not?
    i use to lube it. but then stopped lubing it. it stays much cleaner if you don't lube it.

    -a|ex

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    Quote Originally Posted by a|ex
    i use to lube it. but then stopped lubing it. it stays much cleaner if you don't lube it.
    If you guys would bother to read the first post you use Dry Graphite Lubricant and very little of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhs27275
    Quote Originally Posted by a|ex
    i use to lube it. but then stopped lubing it. it stays much cleaner if you don't lube it.
    If you guys would bother to read the first post you use Dry Graphite Lubricant and very little of it.
    Sorry... Hammer Pack. Like I said, I am still very new to all this.

    No, I did read the first post and saw what it said but I also saw what it said in the instruction book that comes with the gun and that is why I asked. I mean it clearly states never to lubricate it.

    I did put a little bit along the trigger rod like it said in the other pictures above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Visitor Q
    I mean it clearly states never to lubricate it.
    It gives a lighter trigger pull and I'm sure the factory does not want that for you, you might shoot off your little toes by accident. It also prevents binding in the hammer pack under some conditions.

    I've been running mine like this since 2006. It works, but as you say you're new to this so you do what ever makes you feel good.

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