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Thread: Glock Froglube vs FIREclean

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    Glock Froglube vs FIREclean

    I just applied frog lube for the first time on my dept glock. We will see how it handles 300-400 rds tomorrow. Smells awesome in the house.

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    I've been pretty impressed with Froglube. Plus it doesn't smell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnny00 View Post
    I've been pretty impressed with Froglube. Plus it doesn't smell.
    Did they change the formulation? The Froglube I've seen smells minty...not unpleasant but it smells.

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    I have had excellent results with Fireclean, never heard you have to strip the bolt carrier to bare metal, I applied it to a recently cleand BCG, put 1,000rds through the day after, and the carbon just wiped away. I run it on al my guns, I perchased 2 bottles straight from Fireclean for $33, and I have been using the 1st bottle for almost 6 months. Fireclean has no smell, it bonds to all metals, but it bonds to aluminum the fastest, and doesnt burn off as quickly as Frog Lube. Fireclean has produced the best results I have seen yet, I havent tried everything, but quite a few.
    "No man for any considerable period can wear one face to himself and another to the multitude, without finally getting bewildered as to which may be the true." Nathaniel Hawthorne

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    Get a third Glock 19 and use KY Jelly for lube.

    I doubt you will see any difference among the Glocks assuming all things being equal. Would be interested to hear the results though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kantstudien View Post
    Get a third Glock 19 and use KY Jelly for lube.

    I doubt you will see any difference among the Glocks assuming all things being equal. Would be interested to hear the results though.
    First chuckle of the day. Seriously though if you want the gun to make it to the 100000 round mark, lube it with oil.
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    I used it on my S&W M&P15-22 today and it worked flawless.

    Never had better performance out of that rifle. I am sold.
    My brother saw Deliverance and bought a Bow. I saw Deliverance and bought an AR-15.

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    Glock Froglube vs FIREclean

    After 1000 rds and 3 days it takes me about 2 minutes to clear the carbon off the breach face barrel etc. a toothpick dipped in the liquid and it ran flawlessly.
    I'm sold. I enjoy the minty smell.

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    I cant believe you people buy into this garbage...

    A fool and his money...
    You are a genuine toolbag if you have your EDC "loadout" in your signature line...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magsz View Post
    I cant believe you people buy into this garbage...

    A fool and his money...
    Seriously, frogs are really hard to catch let alone lube anything with!

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