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Old 04-14-2013, 02:34 PM   #1
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Default How many of you use Frog Lube on your P226?

I just bought a Sig P226 Tacops and was about to clean and Lube her up with the Frog ( as that's all I use on my Glocks and M&P's) I was wondering if Frog Lube is the right choice for this Pistol. I think it is amazing stuff, and has worked fantastic on my other pistols.



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Old 04-15-2013, 09:37 PM   #2
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I just bought a Sig P226 Tacops and was about to clean and Lube her up with the Frog ( as that's all I use on my Glocks and M&P's) I was wondering if Frog Lube is the right choice for this Pistol. I think it is amazing stuff, and has worked fantastic on my other pistols.

Yes, I've been using the frog on my MK25 226 for a few months now and have been very satisfied.

I see where you say you use it on your other pistols so this is just a reminder.
Clean the weapon thoroughly and heat it with a hair dryer before applying the FL for the absolute best results. After that you shouldn't have to do anything for a good while.



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I think it's a good idea for any pistol. Or rifle. I was told to treat twice initially. Anyone else hear this? I put it on my P226 Scorpion .

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I think it's a good idea for any pistol. Or rifle. I was told to treat twice initially. Anyone else hear this? I put it on my P226 Scorpion .
I went by Froglube's instructions.
Here it is if you haven't seen it.
See CLP section.

http://www.froglube.com/Pressroom-FrogLube-Directions.htm
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Thanks Threetango. That's a sweet piece you got there.

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I"m still a devotee of the Mil-Comm grease it ships with. I use it on all my guns now.

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I"m still a devotee of the Mil-Comm grease it ships with. I use it on all my guns now.
Don't have access to it in Canada. But I've had great luck with the Frog on all my Pistols.


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