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On 1/19/2019 at 7:51 PM, AF2010 said:

I use Slip 2000 EWL on All of my firearms

 

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I'm guessing this is post number 18,091 on the topic.  Anyway, I say vegetable oil for the cold weather crowd and Crisco for the warmer climes.

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What these responses tell me is it doesn’t matter. Keep it clean, keep it lubed. Dry don’t work. That’s been my experience over many years.

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Triflow Teflon lube. Left over from my cycling days. 

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bar and chain oil

 

its thin, its cheap, and its used to lube metal pieces in high friction areas

 

ive been using it for years on all my pistols and ive never had issues

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bar and chain oil
 
its thin, its cheap, and its used to lube metal pieces in high friction areas
 
ive been using it for years on all my pistols and ive never had issues
Not sure bar and chain oil you are using , but all the stuff I have used is generally thick and stringy , real tacky stuff.

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On 3/6/2019 at 12:11 AM, 223to45 said:

Not sure bar and chain oil you are using , but all the stuff I have used is generally thick and stringy , real tacky stuff.

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I'm not sure what oil you are using. The stuff I get comes in a green bottle and is so thin it's like water. I've been using it for about 10 years on all my pistols and I've never had any issues 

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I have been running Lucas Extreme Duty, but someone sent me something called Alpha Sauce when I purchased a gun and I have been trying that out.

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I have an STI open gun and STI said they like Breakfree oil best. I also have a Atlas Chaos and they like Weapon Shield. Both work great.

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I'm not too picky, but have been using MPro7 Oil and it's worked well on my 1911's and 2011's.  I keep oil often with a generous amount so I haven't worried about it much.

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I’ve started using FP-10 because dan wesson recommends it for their gun. I’ve also used slip 2000 ewl with good results too. Stays put and doesn’t burn off. 

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Mobil 1...because I always have some left over when I do my oil change. 😉

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I was just using clp for awhile but I’ve now been using the Lucas oil and grease on all my competition guns and it’s been working great 

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I like Lucas extreme duty. Mainly cause it works and I pick up enough free samples to last a lifetime. Use it on all my guns without issues. 

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The 2 I have using lately is TrueBlue Gun lube. And Breakthrough high purity.

Both seem to work very well.

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On 1/28/2019 at 8:09 AM, 223to45 said:

No they are not, not the good ones.
Cheap ones maybe.

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Like fireclean? It’s canola oil..

 

frog lube? Coconut oil.

 

There ain’t nothing new under the sun regarding lube for guns. It’s the same old stuff repurposed. 

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I use mobile 1 5w 30...  Or Lucas extreme...  Whatever I can get my hands on really

 

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Like fireclean? It’s canola oil..
 
frog lube? Coconut oil.
 
There ain’t nothing new under the sun regarding lube for guns. It’s the same old stuff repurposed. 
Ok you named two.

What about the others?

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