Gun Lube and Grease
I use Ballistol as cleaner and general lube. Lubriplate 105 on slides, locking blocks etc. For heavy duty barrel cleaning a large bottle of Hoppes #9 that I've had forever. What do you use?
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I'm big on Froglube, if it's put on correctly. First choice on my ARs, inside barrels, inside 1911s. If used correctly and consistently, clean up is a few patches and a few Q-Tips. Sadly, most of the people who don't like it, don't use it correctly.
Hoppes #9 for barrels w/o Froglube. It'll do copper too if you use it right.
Degrease: Gun Scrubber - not brake cleaner which leaves a residue that Gun Scrubber doesn't.
For trigger actions where I can't get the FL in; G96 and an air compressor to blow out the excess and dirt.
Final wipe down, inside barrels, general rust prevention and inside magazines: Barricade (be sure to read the directions)
Ballistol, mostly. Sometimes, a little Breakfree CLP. And G.I. "yellow glop" for the Garand's op-rod and bolt.
one of my favorit e topics -- leaves me either happy with what I do --or very confused
I gave up grease as it causes more problems than it is worth(not sure what I will do with the greases I bought early on)
I have some Rand clp or for heavy cleaning break free clp
clean up the mess
then I apply a light coat of oil-- I use MC 2300(milcomm) or super lube multi synthetic(liquid--but sometimes I use an aerosol version when I check my guns befor e range time--if they are dry) or slip 2000--it works for me--no ftf, fte or other issues related to gun cleaning anyway
hope this helps
I use Browning Midas grease or Montana X-treme if grease is needed. Breakfree CLP or RemOil if a light oiling is needed.
I use Break Free CLP...That's all my pistol needs.