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What type of tool do I need to take apart my Rem. 700 bolt for cleaning and where can I buy one, also what type of grease and how will it do when the temperature is in the low 30's to 20's?

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Re: Those Tiresome Rifle Maintenance Chores By Darrell Holland

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Re: Those Tiresome Rifle Maintenance Chores By Darrell Holland

I'm hoping for some helpful advice:
Has anybody any experience with both the Wheeler FAT and Weaver torque wrenches?
I am hoping not to have to spend $200 for a Tochnichi wrench.....

Anybody want to share helpful info?

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Old 03-22-2012, 07:43 PM
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Re: Those Tiresome Rifle Maintenance Chores By Darrell Holland

terjeness,

I bought a Weaver and sent it back immediately. It was set at 65 inch pounds at the factory and was so bound up, I couldn't move the dial.

I then bought Wheeler Fat Wrench and it's been perfect.
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Re: Those Tiresome Rifle Maintenance Chores By Darrell Holland

Thanks for a decisive answer. Thank you kindly,
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Re: Those Tiresome Rifle Maintenance Chores By Darrell Holland

First of all: thank you for a great, no-nonsense article!
It would make it easier for me to purchase anti-seize compound and extra slick cam grease, if I knew a name brand or two to ask for. Any suggestions?
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