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I've never seen a Glock with this much rust. I though the tennifer finish took care of major rust problems? I love my Glocks, but I'll remember to oil them good if they are stored for any period of time.

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pho_kit_all
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Where was this stored? In a lake???

That's a LOT of moisture. If you're going to store a weapon for a long period of time, make sure you protect it from moisture damage such as rust.
 

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As I recall when the pics first surfaced, it turned out it was actually the copper colored lube that had dried/oozed out a little. NOT rust.
 

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As I recall when the pics first surfaced, it turned out it was actually the copper colored lube that had dried/oozed out a little. NOT rust.
That looks a lot like rust to me. I've had several new Glocks, and I don't ever remember them putting that much anti-seize compound on it that it would leak out like that.

Plus, in the first photo, it looks like the entire slide is oxidized.
 

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As I recall when the pics first surfaced, it turned out it was actually the copper colored lube that had dried/oozed out a little. NOT rust.
Coincidentally, I looked at several new G30s at a gun show last Saturday and noted how much the Glock lube has come to resemble rust -- that is, until you easily wipe it away with your finger and realize it's just the copper-colored lube.
 

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Well its in the old style cases, so its obviously an OLDER gun, which would make sense to the lube oozing out and drying after several years of storage.
 

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somebody just needs to find the original thread where we all find out it is indeed the factory anti-seize copper compound.
 
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