Gun Oil Or Grease?

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  1. TXTacticalSource

    TXTacticalSource Member

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    Just wanted to know what you guys out there use with your pistols...

    Do you use oil or grease?
    What brand?

    I was told that one of the best Gun oils is Birchwood Casey Synthetic Gun Oil.
     


  2. hoytinak

    hoytinak Active Member

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    I use Weapon Shield CLP on every firearm I have. I've used it all over the world in all types of conditions on my M4, M24, M82, M2 and it's never failed me.
     
  3. Army 1911

    Army 1911 Well-Known

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    I use CP10 on everything but my Dan Wesson and on that I naturally use Wesson Oil.
     
  4. phatcyclist

    phatcyclist Active Member

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    I use M-Pro 7 on all my firearms except my bolt-action rifles, for those I use USGI plastilube grease in the actions.
     
  5. Texas1911

    Texas1911 TGT Addict

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    I use Mobil 1 for oil, and Hoppes grease for my long guns.
     
  6. claymore504

    claymore504 Well-Known

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    CLP, LSA and i have used MIli tech.
     
  7. DirtyD

    DirtyD Well-Known

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    CLP, but latley I have been usingf a new Royal Purple Gun Oil on my .22, just to see how it does...
     
  8. hangtree

    hangtree Member

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    Enos slide glide.
    Slip 2000.
     
  9. Texas1911

    Texas1911 TGT Addict

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    How are those working out for you?
     
  10. Thumper_6119

    Thumper_6119 Member

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    I use the Tetra line. Tetra Grease, Tetra Lube, and Tetra Spray. Teflon based, and they really work nicely.
     


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