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In my years of experience in machine building/automotive/truck repair and using different types of lubes i have found one that is superior in using any where there is extreme pressure and wear. I have used a MOLY based anti-seize and paste for with great results in all types of guns. In handguns it reduces and smooths out trigger pull like an expensive trigger job. And does the same in bolt action guns too on sears and lugs. I have used it in the semi-autos and have no wear or friction at all and the gun cycles smoother and faster with no signs of wear on any of the moving parts. I have helped one guy on another site with wear on his SAR the parts were showing signs of excessive wear so I contacted him and said that wear is unacceptable and he should try this lube I sent him a sample and he reblued the part and lubed it and put 100rds thru it with no sign of wear at all he was very happy with the results. Oil and just gun grease isn't good enough it provides no protection and drys up after a while. The moly can be reapplied after cleaning and the gun stored and can be used after storage with no change in the quality of the lube it stays where you put it and reduces all wear and friction no heavy metal contact. If you want your guns to last and not wear out this is the way to go MOLY-LUBE your guns shouldn't leave home without it!!!!! The moly in paste form is very close to the anti seize form either one will do. :D BigBill

I'm not sure why no manufacturer of MOLY hasn't gone after the gun market yet its wide open for a super lube like this??? And its just a label change??
 

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100% right on!! That stuff is even better than Lubriplate. I didn't think anything would replace Lp for lube jobs on M-1s.
 
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