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Old 07-08-2012, 08:59 PM   #11
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Cane's Mobil Mystery Oil.

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Old 07-10-2012, 04:07 AM   #12
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On my AR 15 I've tried Lucas Heavy Duty Oil Stabilizer it's 100% petroleum. Thick like honey and stays where you put it. I have Frog Lube on order also to try

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Old 07-10-2012, 04:17 AM   #13
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Frog lube > than all

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Old 07-10-2012, 04:27 AM   #14
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The German Army came up with Ballistol one hundred years ago. It still works they still use it.

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Mobile 1 0w-20 same viscosity and characteristics as Mili-tec1 but a fraction of the cost.

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I used Miltech when I could get it, I cant get it anywhere around here. It was good, I used it on the M14 when I was on the shooting team. Then I moved on, then I ran out. I cant knock it. But I was at the Compressor Institute, and they were giving away this Royal Purple oil, and so I tried it, and it is every bit as good as the Miltech if not better. I like how it puts a coat on that stays on. Because it was designed as a high heat, high pressure racing oil, it doesnt burn out.

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When my quart runs out(not any time soon) I'm going to get 20w-50 Mobile1 because it is thicker at room temp and the same as Mili-Tec at higher temp. I think that it being thicker will help it stay where I put it.

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I was in Jonesboro one time. I left Oakley Kansas in an Archer, dropped a fellow off at Wichita then on to Jonesboro to pick up an escaped prisoner. From Wichita to Jonesboro there is not many places that looked like a good place to land. I kept switching my wing tanks and I had Jonesboro on the screen but it was hazy and I could not see the runway, They could see me though and led me in. I taxied up to the gas pump and put 47 gallons in the 48 gallon tanks. I chained that little hood rat into the back seat and headed back for Oakley, but I landed in Great Bend and topped those tanks off. What a trip.

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I was in Jonesboro one time. I left Oakley Kansas in an Archer, dropped a fellow off at Wichita then on to Jonesboro to pick up an escaped prisoner. From Wichita to Jonesboro there is not many places that looked like a good place to land. I kept switching my wing tanks and I had Jonesboro on the screen but it was hazy and I could not see the runway, They could see me though and led me in. I taxied up to the gas pump and put 47 gallons in the 48 gallon tanks. I chained that little hood rat into the back seat and headed back for Oakley, but I landed in Great Bend and topped those tanks off. What a trip.
Sounds like you didn't get to see much of our little town.
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The German Army came up with Ballistol one hundred years ago. It still works they still use it.
Where can a fella pick some of this up?
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