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    Hi to all. New guy here. I just picked up a SP5K. What lubrication do you guys use and do you run it Wet? Looking at the manual it looks a little confusing to me.
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    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glocking26 View Post
    Hi to all. New guy here. I just picked up a SP5K. What lubrication do you guys use and do you run it Wet? Looking at the manual it looks a little confusing to me.
    Thanks
    Mike
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    WD-40

    It's worked wonders for years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glocking26 View Post
    Hi to all. New guy here. I just picked up a SP5K. What lubrication do you guys use and do you run it Wet? Looking at the manual it looks a little confusing to me.
    Thanks
    Mike
    I like to use Ballistol (aerosol can) for cleaning...and it’s German ! Wermacht used it in WW2...
    I use MPro 7 for lubricant but there are many out there and everyone has their favorite .

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    Thanks for that information:)
    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glocking26 View Post
    Thanks for that information:)
    Mike
    Welcome to the forum!
    A lot of great info here and on the search function also.I am into rollerlocks,just picked up another one....Send us a pic or 2 of your SP5K & tell us what you have planned for it!

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    CLP works for me. Slip2000 works a bit better.
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    I use CLP on my full auto UZI and it runs 100% is there any parts on the SP5K that’s needs more attention with lubrication and cleaning? Sorry for all the questions I’m brand new to the HK game.
    Mike

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    Mike,

    Welcome to the site, and congratulations on the acquisition!!!
    Do not hesitate to ask questions--- we are here to help.

    Tony

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    Quote Originally Posted by AGG View Post
    Mike,

    Welcome to the site, and congratulations on the acquisition!!!
    Do not hesitate to ask questions--- we are here to help.

    Tony
    Thanks Tony
    So many questions

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    Motor oil. 15w40 is what I have laying around at the moment

    Doesn't seem to burn off as quickly as other lubes. Most gun lubes are thin and burn off very quickly.

    I just lube up the rails on the carrier, lube the firing pin, locking piece, and the bolt head. I also drop a drop of oil into the rollers

    Right or wrong its the way Ive always done it. Mine work very well.

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