I got a small can of Fluid Film this week from Dano. Interesting smell, interesting texture. I did not taste it. Went to the range today and had the chance to try it out. Used it on several guns that are already reliable, and they stayed reliable. Hmm... THEN, one high end 1911 in particular came out to play and lo and behold it did not go all the way into battery every time while firing. Each mag had at least one occurrence, with a couple of mags tried. One Wilson Combat, and one S&W which looks like a Tripp. Broke it down, wiped it off and used some Fluid Film on the rails, barrel and chamber hood. Cycled it a few times and it FELT good, though it had been smooth before being Fluid Filmed, too. Loaded up a couple of mags and they went off without a hitch. Reliability was 100% from there on out, probably another 100+ rds. Now, was that a true test of the awesomeness of Fluid Film? Probably not. But this particular 1911 is a known performer, and has been well maintained and lubed. But there is no way to dispute that the Fluid Film got it back in the game today. Next test will be an AR 15 torture test out in the dez. That should show what the Fluid Film can really do. If it passes that test, I'll try it on an M14. They should be greased, but the Fluid Film might just work. But so far I give it one "Thumb Up", and will continue to use it. Thanks, Dano!!!