Originally Posted by Paul53
The copper anti seize compound would be ideal for spark plugs that will be in your engine for 100,000 miles.
Why Glock uses it on it's pistols is a mystery we'll never understand, like why women ride side saddle instead of men.
From one of the Glock Annuals:
It's to make sure the pistol will still function, if it's in storage, for a lengthy period of time.
I have just left it alone and let it clear out, with wear.
Google "sidesaddle" and you can probably figure that one out