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|This fellow tested FrogLube against WD40. Cooking oil would have fared as well as the FrogLube and WD40 is a water displacement not a rust preventative OR a lubricant. There are tons of these sorts of tests on the net.|
I will say that FrogLube is the best barrel cleaner and lube I have used. I use it extensively in my shotguns that get a lot of use, more than once every week, for trap and sporting clays. I use a case of shells per week on average, that's about 1,000 rounds per month. There is less streaking from plastic wads, cleanup is easier, and my chokes stay much cleaner and are easier to clean than I have found using any other product. That being said, if we can get some of my friction and wear questions addressed I'd be happy.
I am the first to stand up and support a veteran based business or to support veterans, disabled veterans, and work with Union Rescue Mission, in Los Angeles California www.urm.org. the largest homeless mission in the United States, to help homeless veterans. Jumping on the "vet bandwagon" does not impress me much. There are millions of us. Jumping on the Navy Seal bandwagon raised a little bit of a red flag for me. I knew and worked with Navy Seals and one quality they seemed to all have was that they did not talk much about being a Seal. I guess things are different these days with the books and films about Seals but the Seals I worked with were cut from a different cloth. That has little to do with my questions and concerns, just a personal statement.
A bit more on FrogLube from another source
Side note: A few days later I tested Slip 2000. I found it had the lowest co-efficient of friction of anything I have tested (their "extreme weapons lube" products). I also contacted them. They provided extensive documentation. They spent a lot of time with me on the phone. I had used their choke tube cleaner for years.
I ordered some of their products. EWL in a light weight and their EWL grease. I have been using both extensively and exclusively at this point in time. In my Beretta 686 O/U shotgun I used to use STOS grease. I now use Slip 2000 grease. The Slip 2000 product works even nicer than the STOS.
Big thumbs up for Slip 2000 folks and their products.