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  1. On my 1911's (45's, bullseye powder, coated bullets) I've been using oil without any problems...other than clean-up as the oil with powder residue seems to go everywhere. No reliability problems. Would switching to slide-glide (lite) on the rails and lugs reduce, make worse or no impact on the clean-up? FYI - I usually shoot about 200-300 rounds per range session and like to field strip/clean each time. Thanks!
  2. I would like to get some feedback from the shooters who use (or have tried) the combination of: 1) Sprinco's Red Penetrating MoS2 Grease (#892) on the 1911 locking lugs, sear nose/hammer hooks. 2) Machine Gunners lube on the rest of the pistol. And, what is the reason that these products are incompatable with other oils? MSDS Machine Gunners Lube for EU ISO 11014-1 PDF.pdf
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