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Old 09-09-2009, 07:11 AM
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$100,00 question for steyr pro hunter rifle owners

I have a pro hunter and my question his
how do you clean the surface area between the bushing and receiver?
you know the bushing that enclose the bolt head when the bolt in close in the action
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Old 09-10-2009, 07:56 AM
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Re: $100,00 question for steyr pro hunter rifle owners

E-mail steyr in Austria and got back this answer on cleaning the safety bushing on the Steyr SBS rifle.[IMG]thank you for your email and for becoming a STEYR MANNLICHER customer.
The bushing is called SBS ring (Safe Bolt System). This ring is running in a honed and polished
area and it is under pressure. Therefore there is no way, that dirt can get into this closed system.

You should clean the gun as you clean any other gun.

All the best and good shooting/hunting with you new STEYR rifle![/IMG]
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