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Browning has Midas Grease packaged in a syringe for easy application:
http://www.browning.com/products/catalog/accessories/oil_cleaner.htm

This grease is advertised as a synthetic with a working temperature range of -40 degrees F to 600 degrees F.
This grease doesn't seem to separate in storage as Tetra-Grease does.

Browning also has Midas Gun Oil, packaged in an applicator syringe.

Has anyone here at TFL used these products?
How do they perform in relation to other greases and lubricants that you have used?

Thanks for any information that you can provide.

-Mk.IV

P.S. Sorry for the cross-post. I was not getting any responses where I had it posted.

Thanks DNS. The link is fixed.


[This message has been edited by Mark IV Series 80 (edited 10-20-2001).]
 
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