You don't hear much about this oil, but I've been experimenting with it on the rails of my Dan Wesson A2, and on my Sigs, for the last few months, and I like it. The thickness allows it to stay put, and minimizes migration, and is a little easier to clean up.
Have any of you tried this? Did you like it?
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I like it as well on handguns.
All the SLIP stuff is top notch IMO.
Slip2000, Slip2000 EWL, Slip 2000 EWL 30, and Slip2000 EWG- along with Slip's 725 degreaser, this is my system.
Slip2000- A terrific general gun lube
Slip2000 EWL- The same as Slip2000 but with additives for high-temp use. If I put Slip2000 on an AR barrel and heat it up by shooting, smoke comes off the barrel. If, instead, I put Slip2000 EWL on the barrel, very little smoke comes off the barrel, even when the barrel gets bloody hot. Make of that what you will.
Slip 2000 EWL 30- As you noted, it stays in place. I use EWL 30 on the rails of my AR BCGs and on the slide rails of my pistols. I've put EWL 30 on BCG rails and come back 6 months later and the rails are still wet. Seems unaffected by temperature extremes and won't run off, even with the rifle stored vertically. Highly recommended.
Slip2000 EWG- I use this light grease on, for example, sear engagements on my ARs.
The nice thing about all of the above products is that they can be mixed together with no adverse effects, such as gumming up.
Slip2000 725 Degreaser- Non-toxic and no more odor than Windex, if even that much. You can use it in the house without upsetting the wife.
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Glad to hear it. I just got some of their grease the other day, and so far, I like it.
I had bought a big 20oz bottle of Mil-Comm degreaser, so that will last a long time; after it's gone I'll probably try some of the Slip 725.
Definitely good stuff. I’ve used it mostly for a year or so. DSG usually has it.
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I just did winter maintenance on all our work rifles this morning and only used Slip 2000 EWL 30. We should be good for awhile until I can get back to them in the spring. But I might do it again tomorrow since five of us got soaked in the rain this morning with our rifles out.
Not minority enough!
All my handguns & AR's get a coating inside & out (including bore) of EWL. Top it off on slides & bolt carriers with EWG.
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I just got samples of Gun Lube and EWL and haven't used it long enough but it seems to be good. I use their gun cleaner and works well and no odor at all.
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What do you all recommend for the slide rails of a Glock carried for CCW? EWL, or the thicker EWL 30?
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I just use a drop of EWL at the indicated points on the Glock. I use the EWL 30 on my HKs and AR BCGs.
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I've been using EWL30, but might switch to the lighter weight EWL as the temperatures begin to drop.
All good products although a bit harder to find than your run of the mill stuff.
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