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I will clean a weapon at the kitchen table while wife cooks breakfast in the morning.While grease is still hot a quick dip in the pan of loose parts and a nice even coating of rendered lubricant.
 

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I have settled on Wilson Combat gun oils. If you use the proper viscosity, it stays where you put it or creeps where you can’t reach. I do use Ballistol to prevent rust in a clean bore.
 

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Rub a thick coat on and run about a half a box through it quickly and be ready for some critter company following their nose. lol
 

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Hoppe's #9, Ballistol, and frog lube. If the weapon is completely disassembled. I like heating up the parts with the Frog lube applied. It really seems to be absorbed into the surface of the metal.
 

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I have heard of Lubriplate. It's been used in the automotive field for years.

But my opinion of the best lube for any gun be it steel,plastic or steel is FROG LUBE!!

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Just grind up your own frogs, it's cheaper!
 
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