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Old 03-28-2018, 10:40 PM   #941
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I use a Teflon based lube on everything. Works great. I use the Hoppes lube. TriFlow should work well too.
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Old 03-29-2018, 04:59 PM   #942
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huh ok. i have a can of dupont that i use for random things around the house. i think its one of those that has a wee bit of alcohol or something in it that evaporates quickly but acts as a liquid carrier for the little bits of teflon.
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Probably similar but dryer than remoil.
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so i hit my airweight with the teflon. its hard to describe but you can tell the teflon is a dry lube, and that its "thinner" and does not fill in gaps like oil does. you can also tell that the teflon is "smoother" but it also hilighted the shortfalls of the factory trigger job. its really interesting. its like the teflon is somehow more articulate but less forgiving.
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