I like frog lube for shotguns, autos and pistols. It's good stuff for slides, especially on 1911s as they can get sticky after a few thousand rounds. A buddy of mine went to frontsight and shot about 3000rds in one day, no cleaning, no jams, no stuck slides. Other guys were having to break down, he kept firing.
I've used kroil before, but not break free. Believe it or not, Lucas gun oil is pretty good stuff too. I use it in my bolt guns.
If you choose to try archoil, let us know how you like it.
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Thanks for the feed back.
I'm not gonna be a good candidate for giving a review of the Archoil, I'm still "old school" and have been using 3-1 oil. I figure I would step up my game and get into the new century with gun lubes.
My co-worker uses break-free, and likes it a lot. I'm gonna purchase the Archoil 4200 (CLR), to try out. I have a buddy who owns the LGS, I'm gonna drop off some for him to try out, I'm sure he's tried just about every brand out in the market.
I thought about Kroil, but we use it a work, and when sitting around exposed to the air, it gets gummy.
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