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I have used it for about a year, and I think it works just as well as anything else on the market. It is a synthetic based "moly" product.

I never hear it mentioned - should I be concerned?
 

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Really slicked up the action on my Ruger Security Six - haven't tried it on my 1911s yet - probably at the next major service.

Tony www.1911.org


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Where you been?

I use it too...There's a guy named Lawson talkin' about this over on Pistolsmith.com...says there's a "dry" moly that's better than the grease based for trigger parts etc...I use it by the glob myself...One glob per inch on rails...One glob on the feed ramp, one glob on the barrel...etc...kinda greasy but sure slicks everthin' up...

BTW...I know you like everythin' slick Shane


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