I'm a little embarrassed to be asking this question, but, what the heck, here it is. With all of my bolt-action rifles, I make it a point to lubricate the cocking cam surface with a lubricant like molybdenum disulfide (or in some cases tungsten disulfide which is even more slippery) or just ordinary grease (like that sold for double-barrel shotgun hinges) to make the cocking effort on the bolt lift easier, as the cocking piece rides up against the cocking cam on the rear of the bolt body. I’ve found this to be a real challenge with the Sako 85 bolt. In the two pictures below, the first shows the bolt (which is cocked) with the front of the cocking piece held in a notch against the rear of the bolt body. In the second picture (again cocked), you can see a round cut-out on the side of the root of the bolt handle. Can someone suggest how one can get at the angle that the cocking piece rides up against to get some lubricant into the relevant parts in the cocking (opening) action? As things stand, the bolt lift is very stiff, and lubrication would help with this. There doesn’t appear to be any opening to get lubricant into with the bottom of the bolt shroud covering the camming surface.