Lets just say I was not a believer in this whole frog lube idea until the other day. I applied it to my AR & .45acp, with very little expectations. I shot about 600 rounds Sunday between both calibers. Well my guns have never been so clean after a range trip. There was barley any fouling on either of them and it just wiped off with a rag. Then I ran a patch down the barrels and again it looked like I only shot 10 rounds. This got me wondering, Do you think frog lube could help prevent barrel leading. I know the real solution to zero leading is size and speed, but for rookies like me, it happens. So I wonder could this help, or does leading really just get stuck between the lands so it would not make a difference. I may do some research because I have about 500 230 Lrn that last time leaded my barrel pretty good. Makes me wonder Wanna kill these ads? We can help!