Just like the title says, does anyone here use FrogLube to lube for their boom boom sticks? If so what is your overall experience? Finally, what is your typical cleaning regimen (after the initial 'seasoning')?
Overthinking it is half the fun! Probably why I'm a home brewer tooI was given a few sample tubes of Frog Lube at an IDPA competition a few years ago. I've since used it on my AR-15, Glock 19, AK-47, and my boss' AR-15, until I ran out. None of them exploded.
I never bought any. I'm sure it's fine stuff. It's just lube. I'm not going to overthink it.
My cleaning regimen, when I actually remember to do it, involves spraying everything down with carburetor cleaner to degrease/remove carbon buildup, followed by coating all internal and external metal surfaces with a thin layer of oil, and appying just a little bit of grease in strategic places (major contact points, slide rails, cams, etc).
Seasoning is for steaks. I've never bothered to season a firearm.
So what's your maintenance routine on those glock? Do you just hit the lube points per the manual and done? Or do you heat it up and wipe the whole thing down per the FL instructions?I like it. I shoot mostly glocks, and they feel like the slide is on ball bearings. My AR-15 seems to like it also. I would make sure you don't get the paste to thick near firing pins and extractors. Other than that I've seen guys put a whole mess of the paste in a crock pot and give barrels, slides, and receiver a frog lube spa treatment. Seems to work good, and smells a hell of a lot better then hoppes.