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    Default Re: WD40 in/on guns?

    Has anybody tried q20's qgun?

    https://q20.co.za/products/qgun-product/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bushcourt View Post
    Has anybody tried q20's qgun?

    https://q20.co.za/products/qgun-product/
    No.

    Q20 as example make it as an extra production line.

    The only names to remember is Ballistol and Hoppes. No need to remember anything else. They specialists on the field of firearms and everything else comes and goes. But these two brands have been around forever and will be long after all others have come and gone.

    I also have Fluid Film. But not a lubricant at all. But protects against rust like nothing else you will find. Spray on cloth and wipe on metal.
    Wurth Hss2000 is alos a brilliant lubricant for around house. Its like water when you spray and then in seconds becomes greasy inside hinges.
    I used this actually on my Marlin Lever action on the Hammer where the Carrier pushes Hammer down during cycling. It was the smoothest ever. But I wont use this on slides and other internal moving parts on firearms. To thick

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    Default Re: WD40 in/on guns?

    Slip2000 works for me.

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    Default Re: WD40 in/on guns?

    Quote Originally Posted by Vaal View Post
    Slip2000 works for me.
    Same here Slip 2000 EWL for lubrication after cleaning it with EEZOX.
    FYI: For Handgun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaal View Post
    Slip2000 works for me.
    It might be the best ever. Just more difficult to find.

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    Default Re: WD40 in/on guns?

    I haven’t seen Slip for a while, but when I had it worked well especially on older steel guns.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Branden88 View Post
    Same here Slip 2000 EWL for lubrication after cleaning it with EEZOX.
    FYI: For Handgun.

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    I use Eezox on my metal mags and the rest gets Slip2000. But I inserted a green injection needle in a oil bottle to be able to apply only 1 drop at a time. I had people liberate my Slip after I lubricated their guns because I have spare. Eish

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    I have used Q gun once. After I visit the range today I will clean again and provide feedback.

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    Default Re: WD40 in/on guns?

    I currently use CorrosionX, not sure if you can get it over there. It is a blend of synthetic and regular lubricant oil. It’s a multitasker product, works well as a case sizing lube, too. It does have an odor which can be off-putting to some.

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    Default Re: WD40 in/on guns?

    I have used Q20 and WD40 before, but just to wipe the outer parts. Like many others, I have been through different oils, including the "branded " ones. I used slip2000 etc. I even had a bottle of EWL which "seperated". I simplified my usage, I use synthetic oil on parts that need oil, and grease on rails.Ballistol on exposed parts, slides etc. The synthetic oil works well on AR bolts too. I don't see myself paying for marketed "gun oil" again.

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