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Posted: 10/14/2003 9:55:41 AM EDT
I was told to use dry lube on my ar cause im going to be using it in freezing weather this winter so it wouldnt freeze up .Have you all heard of this and what do yall use in freezing weather.And does the cold effect your guns? thanks JOE
Link Posted: 10/14/2003 10:14:53 AM EDT
"Break-Free CLP® was designed to repel water and dirt and prevents corrosion, keeps weapons combat ready and functional in steamy jungles, dust-blown deserts, salty air of sea and coast, and [b]cold and icy climates of winter and the Arctic[/b]." From their own web-site, I mean, how cold does it get down there in Florida? joeblaster I'd slap the the guy that told me that, 'cus he don't know what he's talkin 'bout. I use Dry-lube in the sandy, dusting environs, not 'cus it's cold. Mike
Link Posted: 10/14/2003 12:04:14 PM EDT
There are easily 5+ topics ON THE FIRST PAGE ALONE on what lubricants to use (and some specifically about cold environments) between the Troubleshooting, Build It Yourself and Maintenance & Cleaning forums. Do some browsing, searching and reading before you ask the same question for the 20th time in a month.
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