I dunno how many of you shooters have tried this stuff as lube, but I discovered it a year ago and am extatic about it. Best lube I have ever used. No I don't work for them or sell their product Best things about this stuff?? -extremely low surface tension, will penetrate the smallest crook and cranny. (kind of "swarms") -a little bit goes a loooong way -smells good, but not strong or overpowering -safe on all plastics, leathers, and metals, can even be used to shine and protect fine wood stocks and grips. -is an organic molecule, but is non carcinogenic and non toxic to humans. Been approved by the FDA for use in food industry machinery. -will never evaporate -emulsifies in water, so if you get your weapon wet or sweaty, it still works as lube, prevents corrosion, and when your weapon dries, it does not, so it is still protecting and lubing your firearm. -dissoves powder residue and copper/lead fowling. -Been around for decades, in fact, was used in WWII. -Recently a cache of WWII rifles was found in an attic, (Garands) apparently untouched for 60 years in a humid southern climate, in a wooden chest. They had been lubed in 1945 with Ballistol, and not only had no corrosion occured, but the solvent was still visible, and when taken out to the range with nothing done to them, functioned flawlessly. Anyhow, sorry to rant, but I really am impressed with this stuff. Plus anything that is non toxic is great in my book. Who knows how much splatter we get on our skin when we shoot from the products we lube with. Good link... http://www.firehawktech.com/v/vspfiles/V4_Backup/b^index01.asp Wanna kill these ads? We can help!