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Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by ParabellumChambered, Jun 25, 2013.
Any gun oil works fine. works fine.
I was very skeptical of the stuff but after literally hundreds of requests to "test" it on my channel I finally broke down and got some (video below).
I've always been a break free CLP or Mobil 1/ATF guy as it's never failed me.
Bottom line---FL works just fine as do the others I mentioned above. It just comes down to whether the 'pros' of FL overcome the additional cost in your mind.
No one on the forum will be able to answer that one for anyone else though...
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rGOxNu8YeN4"]FrogLube CLP Test, Application, and Review (HD) - YouTube[/ame]
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If you don't care, that is your prerogative... personally, I find that FL makes clean up really quick and easy and I much prefer it to dealing with traditional solvents like hoppes #9.
The "downside" ?
It is expensive as gold and grows fungus...
-slip 2000 EWL = 13.50/4oz
-froglube = 16.79/4oz
As a comparison...Mobil 1 = 1.15/4oz
You Tube test Frog Lube vs NRA lube, and NRA lube beat it for protection against rust.
Don't have a link, but search You Tube. I watched the video, and it turned me off ever trying FL.
Warming up steel, and thinking it turns into a sponge, is kindergarten physics.
But, but, they saw a movie about Seal Team 6 before they developed Frog Lube.
I use PWS Gun-Ease...saw it at my local gun shop, along with Frog Lube and they said they use the Gun-Ease over FL. It's in a smaller bottle and costs less, half the price. It works like anything else I guess and I'm not that impressed but the bottle has lasted for months.