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Old 05-16-2012, 03:51 AM   #111
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Where you been, havent heard from ya much, Its all them jobs you got isnt it?
Hell yes. Keeping me busy as crap bro. Im trying to get on more when I have time. I creep the threads a lot too, just don't respond all the time.
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Cane what is frog lube? Details please! Pricey?
FrogLube CLP

It comes in a liquid and a paste.

I have and used both.

I prefer the paste for a new gun treatment. 4oz $9

http://www.botachtactical.com/frluflpatub4.html

The liquid works well as a cleaner. 4oz $15

http://www.botachtactical.com/frluli4oz.html

Don't waste your money on the kit if your only going to get the paste. You should have everything on hand except the Froglube. And get the small size, it goes a long way.

Or if you want both: kit $25

http://www.botachtactical.com/froglubeflkit.html

Coat everything. As you can see I covered receiver (inside & out), slide, guide rod & spring, barrel (exterior), bushing, wood grips, mag............everything.

This stuff works.
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FrogLube CLP

It comes in a liquid and a paste.

I have and used both.

I prefer the paste for a new gun treatment. 4oz $9

http://www.botachtactical.com/frluflpatub4.html

The liquid works well as a cleaner. 4oz $15

http://www.botachtactical.com/frluli4oz.html

Don't waste your money on the kit if your only going to get the paste. You should have everything on hand except the Froglube. And get the small size, it goes a long way.

Or if you want both: kit $25

http://www.botachtactical.com/froglubeflkit.html

Coat everything. As you can see I covered receiver (inside & out), slide, guide rod & spring, barrel (exterior), bushing, wood grips, mag............everything.

This stuff works.
Thanks Cane. I did at least take a quick look online about it as to not be one of the lazy forum members who never do their own research. I knew you'd throw in a little extra information that was useful. I'm gonna try the 1oz bottle to start to see how it does on my Sig. I have been very partial to the Wilson Combat Ultimalube as of late as it has performed quite well IMO
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My ATI with Wilson parts and gunner grips.

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Thanks Cane. I did at least take a quick look online about it as to not be one of the lazy forum members who never do their own research. I knew you'd throw in a little extra information that was useful. I'm gonna try the 1oz bottle to start to see how it does on my Sig. I have been very partial to the Wilson Combat Ultimalube as of late as it has performed quite well IMO
I do not use Froglube as my only lube.

It's more of a finish protector and makes clean-up much easier.
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Have u ever heard of or tried gun snot.

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Hey cane i need your help i found an original 1920 colt up for grabs whats this thing worth

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Pm me the S/N and the approximate condition and I'll let you know.

If it's a military M1911 (1912-1919) it's S/N will start with NO. and should look like this, NO. 580601

If it's a military M1911A1 (1924-1945) it's S/N will start with NO. and should look like this, NO. 700001

If it's a commercial model it will start with C. Should look like this, C121000
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Cane heres what i have

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Man! I'd forgotten how "itty bitty" those OEM 1911 sights are....
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