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    Hi there, we're talking Glocks right? A light film of oil, no drip and you're good to go. Run it like you stole it, as the saying goes.
    Proverbs 3:5-6.
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    Back in the late '60's, in the Marine Corps, we used a product called 'Dry Slide' (sic) on our M-14's, seemed to work real well, went on wet and then dried very slick. Any comments, is it still around?

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    Thanks for the referral Otintx, I will order a bottle.

    Was wondering, though, if anyone had used the product on hand guns, I know it works in long guns. My experience with carry guns is that any lube will attract dust, dirt and the remnants of what ever one wears. So I was thinking that Dry Slide might be a step up. Although, having said that, my experience also notes that Glocks and most Smiths don't seem to be finicky about too much or too little lubrication, with emphasis towards the little side.

    Anybody used the product on a hand gun?

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