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  1. Guns
    The latest NRA mag had an article about a revolver very hard to cock or turn the cylinder. Among other things, the author recommended Sentry Solutions Smooth Kote as a lubricant. Anyone have an opinion on dry lubes like this vice oil or grease for semi-autos?
  2. P238, P938 Pistol
    Hey All, Am new to the forums and to Sig as well. Burning question though as my P938 Equinox will arrive today. + What's the recommendation for initial clean and lube before hitting the range? I have been using FrogLube on my CZ but have been reading some scary stories about FL gumming up the...
  3. P238, P938 Pistol
    I keep hearing about this and that kind of lube for my Sig so I thought I'd ask here... what do you use on your rails for lube? I"ve never had an issue with my Springfield XD's but with the Sig I have. I've been using Hoppe but the last time I went to the range had two misfires. I would...
  4. SIG Sauer Pistols
    I got a new 9mm SP2022 for christmas. Since then I have shot 500+ rounds through it using a variety of ammo. I mostly use Winchester 124 gr, but have also used fiocchi, sig sauer ammo, and a few other brands. I went to the range about a week ago with a new box of HPR JHP 9mm 124 jacketed...
  5. SIG Sauer Pistols
    I have been thinking of using froglube on my p226. My 226 is brand new with nitron finish. Is this safe on the finish? I had hoppes elite dull my finish so much in one light use now my slide looks light gray. When i oil the slide and it's wet the finish looks fine but when the oil wipes off it...
  6. Guns
    Hey guys, this is my first post. Just wondering what lubricants/cleaning agents you guys use and why. Personally I use Froglube almost exclusively on all my guns because it "seasons" the the metal, similar to a good cast iron frying pan. This "seasoning" is pretty cool because I can clean my...
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