Greetings all. Wondering if you can offer me some advice on improving the smoothness of bolt cycling on L579 and L61R actions. Some time ago, I purchased one of each. The former is the heavy-barrel .243 Win, the latter a .30-06. The .243 has been fired very, very little; I would estimate fewer than 20 rounds, and it is practically mint, overall. The .30-06 appears to have had more use, but is still a remarkable rifle. Both of the actions are very clean, but when I compare them to some of the other actions that I own / have owned, I find them to be "slow", meaning that there's considerable drag when cycling the bolt through the action. I have operated examples of older Sako actions that cycled much more smoothly. Likely, wear from use is a factor, but I am not likely to be pumping tons of rounds down either to break them in; they are both "someday" hunting rifles for me. I'd simply like to improve the smoothness of bolt cycling. I have never lubricated my bolt action rifles, so if that's what some of you believe to be a potential area for improvement then you'll need to give me some recommendations on brand. If there's a method that you use with some sort of buffing compound, then again please let me know what you recommend. Many thanks for any help that you can provide.