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- ASIN: B0044Z5AAC
- Item model number: SS3
- Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (58 customer reviews)
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Slipstream Weapon Lubricant Set
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- The only gun oil using our propriatary nano technology
- The best synthetic oil on the market combined with a dry lubricant particle .5 microns in size. The particles lubricate and smooth firearm actions better than anything on the market today
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You know our Slipstream oil. You’ve used Slipstream grease as well. Now we bring you our nano-tech oil and grease on one package. We found a synthetic oil that has fantastic lubrication properties, and as a side effect, offers great corrosion protection. We found a grease perfect for firearms. Those are only carriers for the true lubricant. When combined with our proprietary nano-lubricant you get a firearm lube like no other. Slipstream offers: Enhanced Lubrication, smoother action, increased longevity, increased reliability, while offering superior corrosion resistance. No other weapon lubricant reduces friction like Slipstream. Nothing.
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I had been running LPX as it seemed a suitable alternative to grease. Heavier than most oils and stays in place relatively well. Still, after 200+ rnds, the gun starts to run rough. Rounds don't go into battery, on magazine changes, with the same smoothness. Grit and grime collect rapidly and thick.
Enter Slipstream. When I got it, I stripped down the gun and cleaned off remnants of any and all lubricants. Then I put a coat on, let it sit for a while, wiped it down... then put another light coat on. The next morning, the grease was still there, but had turned into an almost dry, protective lube barrier.
At the range, well over 300+ rnds put downrange. The last mags were dropping out, popping in, loading to battery, as smoothly as the first ones. Just taking a glance, residue appeared to be minimal.
The gun actually sat in my safe for almost a week, before I pulled it out to clean. I racked the action several times and noted, it still had that silky-smooth, almost felt like little ball bearings, feel to it. Tore her down and was shocked with the lack of residue. I figured using a grease, would collect much more than this, especially in our hot, dry Southern CA climate. But, other than copper residue in the bore and breech, there wasn't much to clean up.
Still, I cleaned everything off, this time applying 2 layers (wipe down inbetween), then a light 3rd layer before storage and next range trip. The more its used, the better the lube barrier appears to be getting. I'm very much contemplating an endurance test, at least for the action, running this stuff.
Highly recommend it. Used it on my 10/22 and XD tonight, hope to see similar results/performance at the range.
I have no affiliation with Crusader Weaponry, but had the privilege of meeting the guys that run the company at a class in Utah. Great guys that really love the firearm industry.
PS-If you want a more precise application, buy a small bottle with a needle applicator. Shake up the Slipstream liquid (let it mix well). Pour the liquid into the needle applicator bottle and add a stainless steel ball-bearing to mix the oil when you shake it up. Really helps in application. Slipstream is all I use on my firearms anymore. I can't recommend it highly enough.
I decided to try it out on my Taurus PT709 slim, since I haven't played with it enough to trust it as a carry gun yet. In fact, it really hasn't broken in yet. After my last range trip, I cleaned and lubed it as I normally do... But it was a bit rough feeling still, which I attributed to not being broken in yet.
Followed the manufacturers instructions, degreased the gun thoroughly, and applied the Slipstream products. I followed the adage of oil where it pivots, grease where it slides....
Two words: HOLY COW!!!!
It seriously feels like the slide is on roller bearings. No grit, no grind, no roughness whatsoever. The trigger, which in double action had been a little stiff and gritty, feels almost as light and smooth as single action. The gun now works so smoothly, so effortlessly, and I can't wait to get it out to the range and see how it works after a couple hundred rounds through it (this gun is notoriously bad about blowing powder residue all over the inside). Will post a follow up to let you know if it's still as incredible after dirtying it up... But I can't wait to give my 1911 and AR (well heck, *all* my guns) the same treatment...
One bit of advice - a little bit of this stuff goes a *long* ways... I used maybe 4 or 5 drops of the oil, and the grease I applied using a toothpick. Shake the oil up frequently as you use it to keep things properly suspended, and USE SPARINGLY! I imagine the 1 oz oil and 1 oz grease will last me a *LONG* time....
EDIT: Ok. had to edit this to add that I used the Slipstream on my 1911 (specifically, a Colt 1991-A1)... This gun has been shot... A lot... I didn't think it could get better, I clean it pretty carefully after range trips. Well, I decided to go all the way with the Slipstream treatment. Completely disassembled the gun, degreased it, and applied the oil to parts that rotate, and grease to parts that slide. The slide feels like it's on ball bearings now... Even a slightly rough spot in my trigger during take-up is now gone... Trigger is still incredibly crisp, no creep (I was careful when installing the sear and hammer to not get any grease on the points where the sear contacts the hammer...) and it may just be my imagination, but feels a touch lighter.... Again, can't wait to take her out to the range and see what she's like after putting a couple hundred rounds through, but based on other reviews, it'll just get better as the lubricant works its way into the pores of the metal.