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Old 07-30-2011, 10:01 PM   #11
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Full synthetic for me as well!

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i use gun grease on slide rails and other parts that see friction. very very light application. oil is good everywhere else.

too much lube as in dripping or caked on just gums up.

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Old 07-31-2011, 06:57 PM   #13
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Been using Mobil One for three years, even on the supposedly finicky guns. Always works for me. May not be quite as effective in super cold temps but here in the Hotlanta area, nothing but Mobil One.

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Break Free CLP has been my goto for everything weapons lubrication for years.
My experience with it has been stellar, but I know it has detractors.

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Old 08-09-2011, 06:22 PM   #16
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Heck, I'll offer up samples again for members who haven't tried it and live in the US. Fluid Film is a very good gun lube but does so much more. It is the best corrosion preventive on the market. It stops rust on contact, prevents rust on all metals, doesn't get tacky, doesn't dry out, and is friendly enough to even waterproof and condition leather work boots. For more info check out our website at Fluid Film® | Corrosion Preventative, Lubricant and Rust Inhibitor.

Shoot me a PM with your contact info if you'd like a sample. We even pay for shipping. If you are familiar with us and like us, "Like" us on Facebook and leave a testimonial on how well it works on guns.

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It looks like an excellent product. I have a John Deere dealer down the road. Do they sell "Fluid Film"? Bill T.

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It looks like an excellent product. I have a John Deere dealer down the road. Do they sell "Fluid Film"? Bill T.
We are sold nationally through John Deere under Part #TY22032. If they don't have us on their shelf we are certainly in their system.
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I put that stuff on everything !!! works great!

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A good synthetic oil and Fluid Film...good stuff Maynard!

http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f100/rust-protection-fluid-film-vs-xf7-vs-wd-40-a-38007/

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