Hi chaps. Having only really hunted England up until now, a light coat of oil on the bolt rails etc is the accepted method to keep firearms running smoothly. As I was sat dry cycling the bolt of my new rifle last night it made me wonder if the same method applies in Africa? With all the sand and dust, would a dry lube be a better approach? I'm worried that dust would be attracted to the oil and snag things up? My friend in Canada used a lot of dry lube, has said because the cold weather can make oils and grease gum up? His guns were very smooth so it obviously works, but offers less corrosion protection too? Oh, and you know what this means... I've got my new Rigby!