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kilo7 01-31-2012 10:14 PM

Lubricants with Teflon - Good or Bad?
 
I just picked up a FNP-357 today, and I noticed the manual indicates no lubes containing Teflon should be used. Is there a specific reason why Teflon would be bad for a semi-auto handgun, or the FNP in particular?
I've gotten somewhat partial to Rem Dri-Lube (containing Teflon), but I can always go back to straight RemOil.

Belltactical 02-01-2012 12:45 AM

Second time I've heard that one. Can't for the life of me understand why.

I use TW when I need grease and clp for things that need oil.

Marlinman 02-01-2012 02:45 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kilo7
I just picked up a FNP-357 today, and I noticed the manual indicates no lubes containing Teflon should be used. Is there a specific reason why Teflon would be bad for a semi-auto handgun, or the FNP in particular?
I've gotten somewhat partial to Rem Dri-Lube (containing Teflon), but I can always go back to straight RemOil.

Its bc the teflon gets really gummy in semi cold conditions

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