Brian Enos Slide Glide

Brian Enos Slide Glide

This is a discussion on Brian Enos Slide Glide within the Firearm Cleaning & Maintenance forums, part of the General Firearm Discussion category; Has anyone had any experience with this product and how does compare with others out there? I appreciate the feedback in advance Peter...

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    Cool Brian Enos Slide Glide

    Has anyone had any experience with this product and how does compare with others out there?

    I appreciate the feedback in advance

    Peter


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    I had been using Slide Glide for about a year when I found Frog Lube; now I mostly use Frog Lube. I found Slide Glide to be great as a lubricant, it stays where you put it, and makes my guns easieer to clean after a trip to the range. The only real advantage to Frog Lube is the fact that it is a CLP and Slide Glide is not.

    If CLP is not an issue for you, then Slide Glide is great, IMO.
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    Have used it for approx. 6 years.
    I apply generously and it is still mostly there after many rounds.
    I use on every part that comes in contact with another with the exception of the striker assembly and the guide rod where I use oil.
    Cover the entire round portion of the barrel, not just the areas S&W suggests.
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    I use it in my KelTec P3AT, I pocket carry it in a DeSantis Nemesis holster, I like it because it does not migrate, or dry out like most regular oils. This little pistol is a carry a lot, shoot a little gun, but if I ever need it i want it clean, lubed, and ready to go. I have used in my 1911's I shoot in IDPA, and again it stays in the gun, and will keep it lubed for many rounds between cleaning. I ran a Springfield Loaded model over 1,000 rounds without any cleaning, and it was still greasy and working fine. It is a good product!

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    Have been using Slide-Glide for over a year and like it better than oil. The grease remains where you apply it and does not ooze out or migrate to other areas. I know I use too much but I clean my gun after each range trip or after carrying over a month or 2, and the dirt/residue comes off easily and make cleaning easier than just using oil. I have used another grease (can't remember which one) and this one remains in place better, so I haven't changed.

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