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" The best method of applying oil is to rub with a piece of cotton cloth upon which a few drops of oil have been placed, thereby avoiding the use of an unnecessary amount of oil; this method will, even in the absence of the oiler, serve for the cams and... "
Description and Rules for the Management of the U.S. Magazine Rifle and ... - Page 43
by United States. Army. Ordnance Dept - 1898 - 62 pages
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General orders

United States. War Dept, United States. Adjutant-General's Office, United States. Military Secretary's Dept - 1896
...body of the striker, well of bolt and undercut of bolt collar should be. lightly oiled. Many part« can generally be cleaned with dry rags; all parts...few drops of oil have been placed, thereby avoiding , . j the use of an unnecessary amount of oil ; this method will •j serve even for the cams of the...
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Description and Rules for the Management of the U.S. Magazine Rifle, Model ...

United States. Army. Ordnance Dept. War Department - 1906 - 57 pages
...the sleeve, the body of striker, the well of bolt, and all cams should be lightly oiled. Many of the parts can generally be cleaned with dry rags. All...method of applying oil is to rub with a piece of cotton cloth upon which a few drops of oil have been placed, thereby avoiding the use of an unnecessary amount...
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Description and Rules for the Management of the U.S. Magazine Rifle Model of ...

United States. Army. Ordnance Dept. War Department - Rifles - 1908 - 63 pages
...the sleeve, the body of striker, the well of bolt, and all cams should be lightly oiled. Many of the parts can generally be cleaned with dry rags. All...after cleaning should be wiped with an oiled rag. the absence of the oiler, serve for the cams and bearings, which should be kept continually oiled. Any...
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Gunners' instruction: (12-inch mortar) 1914-1915

Journal of the United States Artillery - History - 1914 - 43 pages
...sleeve, the body of the striker, the well of bolt, and all cams should be lightly oiled. Many of the parts can generally be cleaned with dry rags. All parts after cleaning should be wiped with an oil rag. The best method of applying oil is to rub with a piece of cotton cloth upon which a few drops...
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Gunners' instruction: 1916-1917 (mine companies).

History - 1916 - 122 pages
...the sleeve, the body of the striker, the well bolt, and all cams should be lightly oiled. Many of the parts can generally be cleaned with dry rags. All parts after cleaning should be wiped with an oil rag. The best method of applying oil is to rub with a piece of cotton cloth upon which a few drops...
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Description and Instructions for the Management of the Gallery-practice ...

United States. Army. Ordnance Dept. War Department - 1917 - 12 pages
...the sleeve, the body of striker, the well of bolt, and all cams should be lightly oiled. Many of the parts can generally be cleaned with dry rags. All...method of applying oil is to rub with a piece of cotton cloth upon which a few drops of oil have been placed, thereby avoiding the use of an unnecessary amount...
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Handbook of the Maxim Automatic Machine Gun, Caliber .30, Model of 1904 ...

Artillery - 1917 - 74 pages
...Before assembling the mechanism all bright parts, except springs, should be lightly oiled. Many of the parts can generally be cleaned with dry rags. All...method of applying oil is to rub with a piece of cotton cloth upon which a few drops of oil have been placed, thereby avoiding the use of an unnecessary amount...
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Handbook of the Vickers Machine Gun, Model of 1915: With Pack Outfits and ...

United States. Army. Ordnance Dept - Machine guns - 1917 - 69 pages
...Before assembling the mechanism all bright parts, except springs should be lightly oiled. Many of the parts can generally be cleaned with dry rags. All...method of applying oil is to rub with a piece of cotton cloth, upon which a few drops of oil have been placed, thereby avoiding the use of an unnecessary amount...
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Description and Instructions for the Management of the Gallery-practice ...

United States. Army. Ordnance Dept - Rifles - 1917 - 12 pages
...the sleeve, the body of striker, the well of bolt, and all cams should be lightly oiled. Many of the parts can generally be cleaned with dry rags. All...method of applying oil is to rub with a piece of cotton cloth upon which a few drops of oil have been placed, thereby avoiding the use of an unnecessary amount...
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Description and Rules for the Management of the United States Rifle, Caliber ...

Rifles - 1917 - 80 pages
...the sleeve, the body of striker, the well of bolt, and all cams should be lightly oiled. Many of the parts can generally be cleaned with dry rags. All...method of applying oil is to rub with a piece of cotton cloth upon which a few drops of oil have been placed, thereby avoiding the use of an unnecessary amount...
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