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Well folks, are the gears and cams in a BLR stainless,stainless?, brass?, carbon steel or something else? If they are easy to rust, this looks like a bear to clean up if the rifle takes a dunking or a through wetting down.

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Yes if you take out the mag open the action and slam it in to sand you may have a problem. Then I had a BLR i never had any problem with the function of the mecanics.
 
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BLRs work just fine if you take ordinary time to clean and oil them.I doubt there is a more accurate lever action made including the Sako.The triggers need some help,but that can be done also.


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Ive been told the cams are of a plastic substance of some type..Ive owned a couple of them and never had a problem, so it would not be an issure with me..They sure are a nice rifle and great little saddle gun in some good calibers.


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