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Glock Lube Anyone?

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by jimbullet, Jul 2, 2006.

  1. jimbullet

    jimbullet

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    Where could we possibly get that rusty colored lube that is at the rear inner slide of our glocks? I just noticed that mine has already faded away. Or will you guys recommend that we can replace it with, maybe grease?
     
  2. isuzu

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    It's an anti-seize compound. It's available with industrial suppliers. Don't bother using it though. A small can could cost you about P2,000.00 Use good quality oil on the parts that need to be lubed. There's a section on properly lubricating a Glock at www.glockmeister.com.
     

  3. jimbullet

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    That expensive huh....thanks for the advise Isuzu.
     
  4. 9MX

    9MX Rei!

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    nilulube pala ang glock:supergrin:

    seriously, you can use the excess motor oil you get after an oil change. no need to buy
     
  5. sundancekid

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    +1
     
  6. MR_BIG

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    mobil 1 mas ok, a bottle would last you a lifetime
     
  7. submoa

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    I use SUPERLUBE teflon grease (the silver tube). I apply really small amounts to the rails and a very thin coat on the barrel portion that rubs against the slide.
     
  8. mtho

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    I think glockmeister sell those for $3 anyway i found a tube of copper grease anti seize (which really looks the same) from wilconbuilders for something below 200
     
  9. pogi

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    For my Para 40, I use Castrol synthetic "anti-friction" racing oil. Not so viscous though, unlike the Silicon oil, but find it excellent especially with my S/S slide continuously racking the frame. It's P130/liter.
     
  10. Eye Cutter

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    meron copper grease sa true value or ace hardware. but why buy when you have a lot of extra motor oillying around.

    mobil 1 din gamit ko kasi yan din ang oil na gamit ko sa mga cars namin