Just ordered some Slide Glide that n2299 recomended. I will let everyone know how this stuff works when I get it. Until them I will keep using Wilson grease on the slide rails and M-Pro7 oil on everything else.
Strange indeed, but Militec grease has excellent antirust properties too, while Militec oil is quite poor in this field.
I (and many others, from what I read in this forum) told this to Militec executives, but they said "we are happy with our oil as it is".
Moreover, Militec states that complete corrosion protection will be achieved only after the suggested heat application process has been completed.
Been there, done that, and the result was rust. Same experience without the heating process.
I didn't notice a difference in the lubricating abilities of the product with or without heat applied, however, I have to admit that its lubricating effects are outstanding as is the claimed reduction in barrel fouling after some shootings and reapplications.
I used Militec-1 on several guns for about 3 years, mostly without any complaint, but there were some evident cases of corrosion on guns where I would have suspected it at last, i.e. non-carry guns, stored guns. In fact, in over 20 years of gun ownership I never saw rust on one single gun where I didn't know the obvious reason, except are the incidents involving Militec-1; Militec, however, recommends its product especially as a storage preservative.
I came to suspect that there might indeed be some corrosive behavior inherent of the product itself under special conditions, which goes way over my first impression that Militec's just a poor protectant I could live with regarding its lubricating potentials.