I have spent more time than I should obsessing about the perfect ccw lubrication setup. I carry a Kel-tec pistol with me everywhere. From daily carry I found rust in the barrel. I lube and clean at least once a week(more like three times a week). Although a great weapon, I have observed this problem in other Kel-tecs at gunshows, from friends etc. I clean my gun religiously and still manage to get corrosion from using oils like CLP, Rem. after a Reading about what others use on their guns I came across Eezox dry lube. I found great things about the rust inhibiting properties of this stuff, so I bought some. It seems to work great in the bore and leaves a nice finished feel on the outside of the gun. One thing it doesn't seem to do is lubricate well! I noticed accelerated wear on almost every internal parts that rub. Mag, rails, hammer all show new wear! I thought It might just be my wet lube mind being unable to accept a dry lube concept, so I looked on the net again. There are many tests about it's rust prevention- but no tests(save one test that was preformed by the Canadian Police where it was applied improperly) on how well it lubes a gun. I called Eezox several times and they seemed not to know much about anything except "If your gun starts sqeakin just apply some more." This would not do. I rely on this thing like an airbag. I need proof Its going to preform like a good one. So I think I should use the Eezox and maybe a grease combo on the internals? Maybe I should just use Eezox in the barrel? It's nice not to have to clean lint off of oily rails every week. Maybe I should find a new worry? I don't want to start the old oil vs oil debate, I just want to know if anyone has had similar experiences with Eezox, and what they did to help fix this.