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Old 12-16-2010, 10:26 PM   #31
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when I lube my guns with it I literally spray a little on my finger and wipe some on the parts. I just barely coat the parts, except for handgun rails.

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I hosed my bolt with it, let is sit for twenty minutes, and wiped it all down. That stuff literally caught anything flying around in the action and deposited it and baked it into alot of the internals. It was a complete pain to clean after that.

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I run my AR's wet and have no problems. I am going to try the FF on one of them in the dez tomorrow.

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Be prepared with some Shooters Choice or some Brake Cleaner to rinse off your trigger group when you get home.

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The fluid film formula goes back to about 1943.
I have been using the stuff on my firearms for near 20 years.
It is a great for storing your firearms after the hunting season.
It is probably the most versatle lubricant out there.
I'm surprised the Armed Services don't use the product very much.

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I'm surprised the Armed Services don't use the product very much.
FF does the job of preserving very well. our military needs something that cleans preserves and lubes hence the reason they use breakfree clp. each soldier only needs one container to maintain their firearm in working condition. breakfree is decent in all three roles.
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I do service plumbing work. I'm continually cutting into pipes full of water, ergo drenching my pipe cutters. I have found Fluid Film to be FAR superior to any product I've tried to maintain lubricity and prevent rust. Two thumbs up!

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