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    Colt M4 and NewAgent


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    Colt M4 and NewAgent

    Post by ThisOlVet on Fri Aug 30, 2013 12:07 am

    Well one firearm that I have to talk about is My M4 made by Colt. I could not be more happy with it. When I served in the Army one of the firearms I was assigned was a Colt M16 A1. Which was a totally different animal. My M16 had so many rounds fired thru it that when I took it and shook it up it rattled like a bucket of bolts. I could fire it completely dry. Where as my M4 totally different. The tolerances are so tight that you have to fire it sopping wet. As long as I keep lots of oil on it I have no issues with it at all. I haven't fired it dry because I don't want to void warranty. Well The other day my wife and I went out shooting she has a new Colt New Agent. She hasn't broke it in yet however it is still frustrating when every second round fired jams. So I got the idea that maybe if I fire it wet like my M4 we might not have any issues with it. Well go figure I oiled that thing down and we had no issues at all we looked at each other and both of us were dumfounded. I told her from now on until she has it fully broken in to keep that thing sopping wet. So If you happen to have a firearm that is having a rough time during its break in period try applying a little extra oil to the feed ramp and barrel. Remember to break in all firearms as directed by the manufacture.

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