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Newly reformulated in December 2006, specifically for the requirements of weapons lubrication. The advantages of this new formulation are:
• Reduced Coefficient of Friction
• Longer Lasting Lubrication Film
• Can be Applied to Hotter Surfaces (up to 125°F/51°C)
• Requires Less Agitation
Another factor determining a moly lubricant's effectiveness is the ability of the carrier to creep into small openings and deliver the moly particles uniformly to all surfaces. The liquid carrier in Dri-Slide® Weapons Lube has been specifically formulated to assure uniform moly distribution.
TESTED AND NAMED BEST GUN LUBE
In tests of weapons lubricants conducted during the Persian Gulf War, Dri-Slide® moly was named the best "for all parts that dust may get to: trigger groups, bolt carriers, operating rods, slides and barrels of pistols, M16 upper receivers, and for internal parts operating at high speeds and temperatures." Soldier of Fortune, February, 1991
GOES ON WET — STAYS ON DRY
Dri-Slide® Improved Weapons Lubricant goes on wet, penetrating into even the smallest spaces, and stays on dry after the liquid carrier evaporates. Dri-Slide provides long-lasting dry film protection, outlasts oily lubricants, does not attract dirt or dust, prevents rust and corrosion, and promotes a clean bore.
COAT THE BORE — NOT THE BULLET
Coating bores with Dri-Slide® Improved Weapons Lubricant will;
• Increase muzzle velocity
• Significantly reduce fouling
• Increase barrel life
• Quicker and easier alternative to Moly coated bullets.
SLICK OUT YOUR RELOADING PRESS!
Use Dri-Slide® Improved Weapons Lubricant on the main shaft (ram) and pivot pins and your press will operate smoother than ever before! And since it is a dry film, there is nothing to dry out, gum up, or collect dust or powder residue. We recommend cleaning off any remaining oil based lubricant (UniqueTek Premium Firearms Cleaner™ works great for this) before applying Dri-Slide®.
Dri-Slide's broad range of uses makes it popular not only as a weapons lubricant, but for industrial and aviation applications, as well. It is the most widely specified dry film lubricant in aviation maintenance manuals.
As Mentioned In:
Rifle Sporting Firearms Journal, "Lubrication" by Gil Sengel, November 2008, vol. 40, no. 7, pages 32-37. Click Here to Read
"A few days ago, I brought out my 1911 that had been liberally coated with [product name redacted] and found that it was really stuck up and sluggish! It actually smells rancid! It was touted as the best thing that a shooter ever had! I will NOT use that lubricant again! Don't know why I switched! The Dri-Slide I had been using for 50 years was working great!"
— Alan F. – South Fork, CO
"Thank you for the prompt shipment of your Dry-Slide. It was sent to our son in Afghanistan. It is the only lube he will use on his rifle."
— Nick & Linda M. – Woodbourne, NY
"Best stuff I found, because hardley any sand, dust, or debris sticks to it. It also will not gum up like the oil based lubes do, after sitting in the safe awhile."
— Bob M. – Phoenix, AZ
"The original Dri-Slide used in the Vietnam War was a Godsend. I speak from personal experience... This stuff is even better!"
— Stephan E. – Spokane Valley, WA
— Dri-Slide® Improved Weapons Lubricant, 4 oz plastic bottle with Needle Applicator = $11.95
Shipping Restrictions: Due to current shipping regulations, Dri-Slide® can only be shipped via UPS Ground. When placing an order that includes Dri-Slide®, please remember to select UPS Ground as the shipping method. Due to this shipping restriction, we also can not ship Dri-Slide® outside of North America regardless of shipping method.
|Dri-Slide is a registered trademark of Russack, Inc.|
|Moly Concentration||12% by weight|
|Coefficient of Friction||0.02-0.06|
|Moly Particle Size||0.50-0.60 micron (Fisher No.)|
|Dry Film||Will Not Attract Dust, Sand or Grit|
|Fast Drying Solvent Carrier||Yields Uniform Moly Distribution and then Evaporates Quickly|
|Needle Applicator||Gets Into Hard to Reach Locations|
|Broad Effective Temperature Range:||-20°F to +750°F (-7°C to 399°C)|
|Withstands Extreme Pressures||Up to 100,000 PSI|
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