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ok, i am not thrilled about oil in the magazine either, but what about a dry lube, such as silicone or dri slide? oil, amongst other problems, will collect burnt powder and any other type of dirt/dust it can find, creating more problems than it fixes. my magazines work fine dry (well cleaned). but if you are having trouble, i would try a dry film lube first. d.s.
 

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If the dri-Lube accumulates on the shells of your cartridges, it will have the same effect, as oil on the cartridges in your chamber and increase pressures. Maybe even worse than oil, as Dry Lubes tend to be granulated solids, having less give/fluidity than oil. This will largely depend upon the amount of accumulation as even light powder residue will accumulate some in the chamber and when they mix together, it could get muddy, depending upon what that particular dri-lube consists of.
 
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