What makes FrogLube special?
Iíve read on how FrogLube works: absorbing into the porosity of the metal (like seasoning a cast iron pan with fat). When metal is heated, the pores expand allowing the oil to absorb into the pores (holes). Once the oil is absorbed and stored inside the pores, it protects the metal from rust and lubricates for a slicker surface. When the metal is heated during shooting, the pores reopen and some of the ďstoredĒ oil is released to provide lubrication. This definitely is proven to work for my seasoned cast iron pans. My iron pans donít have any rust, and my eggs donít stick.
So hereís the questions:
What makes FrogLube so special? Can the same be accomplished using any premium gun oil/grease?
What are the negatives for ďseasoningĒ?
Why isnít the gunís finish protection enough (i.e. Glockís tenifer)?
How does FrogLube and the seasoning process affect tenifer (or similar)?