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Old 06-25-2013, 10:37 AM   #1
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Does anybody use Frog Lube on their .22 rifle (or any rifle for that matter)?



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Old 06-25-2013, 03:08 PM   #2
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I put it on my Mosin, Lee-Enfield, M1 Carbine, SKS, and CZv52. I can't tell you how much better it makes the bolts smoother. I recommend it for any firearm. I put it on the moving parts and high friction parts. The trial size has lasted me almost 3 months. Doesn't take much.



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Thanks. I was thinking of my 10/22 and SR22 barrels and leading. I mainly shoot copper through the rifle, but the working parts could be a bit smoother. I shoot a lot of lead through the SR22 and was hoping this would cut down on the amount of scrubbing I have to do after a few hundred rounds.

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I use frog lube and gunzilla religiously. Love both. Just a dab rubbed in, cleaning is a breeze afterwards and smooth as cat sh*t on linoleum.

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I use it on all my guns, great stuff.

I got a sample at a gunshow this year, I use it almost exclusively now.

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Appreciate the input. Decided to try the lube on one of my Glocks first. Broke it completely down. Cleaned all parts with alcohol, heated up, applied paste to everything, waited a couple hrs & wiped everything down. Reassembled. Now we'll see how it works. The gun looks brand new again. Guess I should do a complete breakdown more often.

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Check out Fluid Film also. Great stuff.
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I use Frog-Lube for both it's cleaning and lubricating qualities on everything in my gun safe and that's a range from a 1924 Astra 400 to a new CZ 712. It's also good for perking up the Parkerized finish on a 1911 and slicking the deeply-buried bolt of a Whitney Wolverine. I've been shooting since I was a kid sixty-one years ago and it is the best firearms lube I have ever tried. And no, they don't pay me to say all these nice things about it! (though if they would like to...oh, never mind!)

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Glock report: Put 100+ rounds down range with some White Box ammo. No FTE's or FTF's (but it's a Glock, why would it?). Field stripped and wiped it down with a shop towel, and the cleaning with Frog Lube was a breeze. I am now a believer. Gonna use it on all my guns. Can't wait to use it on my Mini 14.



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