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    Militec 1

    Does anyone use it on your firearms ? I won a bottle of it at my CPL class, brought it home and applied it to my M&P. What a difference in reduced friction on all the moving parts. It takes a lil' time to apply correctly, but well worth the effort.
    Check it out if you haven't seen or used it.
    http://www.militec1.com/applicationinstructions1.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brydawg View Post
    Does anyone use it on your firearms ? I won a bottle of it at my CPL class, brought it home and applied it to my M&P. What a difference in reduced friction on all the moving parts. It takes a lil' time to apply correctly, but well worth the effort.
    Check it out if you haven't seen or used it.
    http://www.militec1.com/applicationinstructions1.html
    My first choice for oil lube. I also use FP-10

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    I have a small container of Militec-1 grease that they sent as a sample. Still using it. Seems to work fine.

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    Good stuff if applied correctly.

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