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I have not used it but some of the armorer students in my weapons armorer classes say it is great stuff.
Let me know the results if you get some. I guess after it is applied it even seems dry but works well.

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Also curious and interested in this product. From my understanding you basically coat the entire slide and (non polymer) frame parts in the paste for a while, then blow-dry it, let it sit then wipe it down. Supposed to react with the metal & seep deep into the fibers to repel dirt and carbon for a long time and enable to gun to just be wiped down after shooting.
 

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I've used the 'dealer sample', and was pleasantly surprised at how 'white glove' clean my M&P got. I have no definitive proof but it seemed to lubricate as well as any other product I've tried.

I have a friend that tried it and said it 'gunked up' his AR, but from his description he slathered the bolt and FCG with FrogLube and thought it would work similar to a grease. Needless to say, it didn't.
 

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I certainly can vouch for the Mobile One formula. We have used it for 10 years at the Academy Carbine Schools.

1 ea. Quart of Mobile One 5W50 Synthetic Motor Oil and 1/2 Quart of Mobile One Synthetic Transmission Fluid and mix in container! Those smaller RC Car and Plane fuel contaiers that hold around 1 quarts or a small two cycle gas container from Walmart also works.
Get some of those ladies cosmetic small spray bottle pump dispensors and you are good to go. A lot of good lube for an inexpensive price making a whole quart and a half of quality lube! Breakfree is ok as well if you shake it up before using. But as I was advised by the students they applied the Frog Lube as mentioned above and swear by it! I'll have to try some myself!

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