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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Zeroskillet, Feb 5, 2010.
What is the word on what product Glock techs use?
I have done quite well using this to clean and lube my Glocks.
I pour it in a syringe and dispense it with that to avoid putting on too much.
I think this is what they use...
Luckily for us, thanks to this thread, we'll finally learn what is the best lube!
I ask because I know people have preferences but just wanted to now if anyone can chime me in on what Glock themselves use on their guns. Its like with paintball guns or cars...companies use a particular product on their stuff and swear by it...then the general public use whatever they think is best for something they didn't produce.
I know. I'm just messing with ya, and I know exactly where this thread will eventually end up.
Scott's not trying to be an @$$ he was just making fun because he has started like 10 threads on lube.
More like 12. Can't you count!?
Each one completely different too
Tighten your seatbelt folks..Were going on a ride..
You can not go wrong when you use what you like the most.
Why don't you email Glock and ask them?
I use Militec-1 with abit of gun grease on the rails.
You've obviously never met my ex!
Light coat of CLP. I use breakfree. I get it for free from work. A single drop will lube the entire pistol...
Slip 2000 or TW25 here.
Well, if you were coming at me with a syringe of CLP, having greased the bed rails, trying to give me the Slip2000, I'd leave you too.
I'd also see to it that the court Militech half your stuff, too.
It wasn't the lube. It was an undersized frame for the round I use. To much wear an tear on the parts even when run wet.
I clean mine with moonshine then lube 'em with lard.
It works for me, why not my guns?
I also use CLP...