militec 1 lube

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2fast4u

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any body use it? i started and idk how i feel yet. i guess it needs to layer up
 

bearing01

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I heard great things about it. Right now I use molybdenum based (wheel bearing) grease on my slide rails. But otherwise I would use militech 1.
 

2fast4u

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does anyone here put it on using the hair dryer to get the parts hot when applying it?
and do you get it hot before or after applying it?
 

gregnauman

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Look up weapons shield, its great stuff, lots of reviews and you can probably have a free sample still sent to you if you ask
 

eme

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I've been using militec for many years and have had zero problems with their oil. I just let the using of the firarm heat up the surfaces to "set" the oil, no hair dryers. Others on other gun fjorums say it is not a rust prohibitor, but I've not had any problems with rust using it. Good Luck in your quest.
 

Enigma

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It attracts less dust than CLP does over in the sandbox, I do know that. The incredibly fine sand over there creates an incredibly fine dust that gets on and in everything. It WILL cause weapons to choke. That said, Militec-1 IS NOT authorized for use on military weapons. End of that particular discussion.

I use it and like it - on my personal guns. I've also heard that it's not very effective at rust prevention. So, don't let your guns get rusty!
 

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