Brian Enos SLIDE-GLIDE
Brian Enos SLIDE-GLIDE
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SLIDE-GLIDE is a uniquely formulated lubricant that protects all firearms from corrosion and wear. It also softens "felt recoil" in all semi-auto's, especially pistols.

Advantages Over Other Oils and Greases:
Softens felt recoil in semi-autos
It's super "stringy" - it stays where you put it - forever.
Blended with the highest-grade extreme pressure compound available.

Slide Glide Between Fingers
SLIDE-GLIDE provides a dramatic improvement in lubrication compared to conventional oils and greases such as lithium, or lithium-based metallic greases containing molybdenum or graphite.

Additionally, it is engineered to have a stringy characteristic that prevents "tracking" or shearing on sliding metal surfaces. It stays put - ceaselessly dragging itself back into the friction areas of the cycling slide and barrel.

It's stringy characteristic keeps the grease between the moving parts - noticeably softening the felt recoil of semi-atuomatic pistols. Your pistol just feels "smoother" when you shoot it.

And SLIDE-GLIDE isn't just for semi-auto pistols. It slicks up revolver actions, pump and semi-automatic shotguns, semi-automatic, bolt and lever-action rifles, and even your Dillon reloading press.

SLIDE-GLIDE Lite Applications:
• Temperature Range: 30+ °F
• All Firearms: — Centerfire Pistols: Non-compensated & Compensated
— Rifles: All action types (including Lever Actions)
— Shotguns: All action types
— Revolvers: (Internal action parts only - not for the cylinder)
— .22's
— "Carry Guns": Applied extremely sparingly (for maximum reliability)
SLIDE-GLIDE Standard Applications: †
• Temperature Range: 60+ °F
• Semi-Automatic, Centerfire: — Pistols: Non-compensated
— Rifles
— Shotguns
† Slide-Glide Standard was originally blended for "stock-type" pistols in temperatures above
60 degrees. Its viscosity is a little too thick for compensated pistols, .22's, and revolvers.

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