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For quite awhile I have been using Mil Tec or Break Free's CLP on my guns but I recently put in an order at Simmons Guns in Kansas and they have a minimum order so I picked up some cheap care products to bump it over the limit.....OMG I am glad as hell I did.

The new S&W products are just plain THE SHIT! I have a WInchester 97 Trench gun repro that is relatively rough on the inside as far as machining goes and CLP was the lube I usually used. I had some issue with some parts being a bit sticky and causing reliability issues and the action was just rough. I figured it would wear in over time. Anyways the other day I took the trench broom out and couldnt find my CLP so I grabbed some S&W Advanced Gun Oil with and my god what a difference. You know you have found a great product when it makes the gun feel smoother, and guess what??? No sticky parts. I also like it cause it slightly foams and stays in place much better than CLP as well so it doesnt spray everywhere.

If you geta chance try it out...I love it. Plus the can is shaped like a JHP bullt which is cool as hell.
 

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I use Slide Glide on my 1911... the stuff is great, makes everything super smooth and cushions the slide a tiny bit to make the guns shoot softer.

I'll have to try your stuff on the AR
 

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I also bought some of their dry lube which seems to work really well on my shotguns and I am not using it on my AR. That way it doesnt have any wetness to act as a magnet for the gas systems shit it spews back into the reciever.
 

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Hm, I had read something about that dry lube. You think that would work in .22's? Thats the trouble I see in .22's is the oil makes everything stick from those dirty little rounds...
 

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I would use it in a 22 without a doubt. Even thick lube still has a habit of attracting the residue in a 22 rifle. I dont think I will use it in my Olympia 22 though
 

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Yea I have a marlin (JAM-O-MATIC) and a loveable Ruger 10/22 as well as a bunch of pump and bolt .22's

The oil I use now is called ballistol, This stuff is bad ass! Safe for everything, I think you can even drink it.. Its safe for use on everything to. I use it for cleaning carbon build up in AR-15's the stock on my SKS's and AK and to oil them to.


http://www.ballistol.com/


I was not payed (much) to advertise for them...
 

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I've heard for a while now very fgood stuff about Slide Glide.
Never heard of this S&W product, I'll have to try it out.
I use Mobil 1 and have zero complaints.

- Janq
 
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