Gun Butter question

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing Forum' started by NeverAgain, May 19, 2012.

  1. NeverAgain

    NeverAgain New Member

    I just bought my second pistol a Beretta PX4 Storm .40 S&W. It's brand new and I have shot it once since I bought it. I only went through the 2 mags that came with it. I don't know if it's any good or not but I went on Ebay after looking around for oils and grease and bought a combo pack of Gun Butter. It came with a pin like oiler with a pocket clip and a small bottle of Complete Firearm Lubricant and a syringe of Trigger and Locking Lug Grease. My question is, why do they say not to put the grease on the slide or slide rails? I watched Youtube and saw someone showing how to clean a Glock he was dressed up like a spokesman type guy not a regular type guy just uploading a how to. This guy used the Gun Butter grease a drop on both sides of the rail and a drop on each rail and spread it out. The Gun Butter website says to use the I call it the oil.
    I don't see where it will hurt IMO to grease the slide so this is why I want a second opinion. The oil has good adhesion and doesn't run. I used it on my XD but my Beretta has a rotating barrel so there is more movement going on inside this gun.
  2. wrightbuiltarmory

    wrightbuiltarmory New Member

    With those polimer guns where the metal meets the plastic if your gun oil gets filthy it will act as an abrasive and chew in to the composite material
    Best to use a dry lube like honady oneshot or the like
    I sell a royal purple oil that would work too