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post #1 of 2 Old 10-30-2013, 08:52 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone ever tried this stuff as an additive for oil, tranny, tcase, or diffs? Website claims it works pretty well but its really the only place i have heard about it. I use the stuff in my guns and it works awesome.

MILITEC-1 - The ONLY all-purpose synthetic metal conditioner and gun oil

Wonder if any of the claims are true?


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I wouldn't put that crap in anything at all. It's a "snake oil" product and was widely panned by the troops that were given free bottles when it first came on line.

In conditions where high amounts of dust, sand or other particles are prevalent, proper lubrication is essential. Slip 2000 products are what you should be looking at for weapons lubrication and cleaning. Not a product that "bonds" to the metal and doesn't require lube. In the case of AR type actions, lube and more lube is the answer. Some heavy weapons types firing sustained rates of fire used motor oils for action lubes in some cases.

Militec 1 is a solution looking for a problem.

It is certainly not an oil or lubricant in the general sense. Sure, in limited use of firearms, it works fine, makes cleaning a bit easier but in real world use where you depend upon your weapon and to keep it free from malfunctions, a "dry" lube is not the answer. I run my weapons wet. The wetter the better. I do not have malfunctions.

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