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    Quote Originally Posted by Super77 View Post
    Grease in an AR is a hard no, it’s associated with stoppages even in hot environments. I tested some personally in a hot/humid env’t and had a lot of FTF. Went back to oil and no problems.
    Have you tried the Slip 2000 grease with ARs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Casual Friday View Post
    Only lube I had problems with was Frog lube.
    yaaasss. That stuff is hot garbage.

    One more I'll add is Rem-Oil. That stuff made my Glock feel crunchy, took a week of cleaning to get it all out and replace with my preferred Slip 2000/EWL30 (like many here). It's what was available at the work range one day when I qualified, and since that experience I simply choose to leave my gun dirty until I get home unless they have Slip 2000.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleLebowski View Post
    I'm pretty sure that Pat was first with the Vagisil thing at classes.
    I believe that as well, but one never knows who was actually “first”... so I left it open. In my mind that is a Pat Rogers quote, along with a lot of other things I learned from him over the years. (Never did earn an MC patch, though...)

  3. #43
    Quote Originally Posted by Archer1440 View Post
    First time I heard that quote was from Pat Rogers in 2002. He may or may not have been first with it, but it sure left an impression at the time.
    Quote Originally Posted by LittleLebowski View Post
    I'm pretty sure that Pat was first with the Vagisil thing at classes.
    I have no idea on the origin and it's quite possible that LAV credited Pat when he said it but I'm not 100%, that's been almost a decade now. I know it came about in this instance after a student's Glock started having issues and LAV discovered it was bone dry and he used it as a teaching point.

    Quote Originally Posted by TGS View Post
    yaaasss. That stuff is hot garbage.

    One more I'll add is Rem-Oil. That stuff made my Glock feel crunchy, took a week of cleaning to get it all out and replace with my preferred Slip 2000/EWL30 (like many here). It's what was available at the work range one day when I qualified, and since that experience I simply choose to leave my gun dirty until I get home unless they have Slip 2000.
    The only thing I've used Rem-Oil on in the last decade are my Dad's old guns. I wipe them with Rem-Oil to keep the rust away.

    One that I kinda forgot about is the ALG Go Juice. My last Geissele order was a rail and a trigger and they threw in a 4 oz bottle. It seemed to work well as a lube but man I couldn't get over the smell. It smelled like burnt crayons while you're shooting and the smell lingers around inside the gun.
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    Another very unscientific test. I took my new G19 MOS with Holosun (First Shots) to the range past weekend to zero optic and do general drills. I lubed the pistol up with the Lucas Extreme duty gun oil vs my regular Slip 200O ewl. The pistol felt to me very smooth when cycling the slide. I put approx 350 rds through it (115grn FMJ and Speer Gold dot). Upon cleaning at home the pistol still had the Lucas present and was easy to clean. Wear marks seemed to be less than when I used Slip on another new pistol. The Optic didn't get dirty with oil as with the Slip also.
    So to sum it up in a very unscientific test, for me I notice more smoothness, less wear marks, the pistols don't heat up as much and they are easier to clean. This is all subjective to my feel and eyes. Time will tell.

    Thanks
    Steve
    Last edited by Steve m; 03-09-2021 at 01:48 PM. Reason: Typo errors

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