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What do you use to lube your sub 2000

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I use Mil-Comm TW25b on my handguns, and they seem to run great.

I am thinking that as soon as I receive my m-series, I would field strip it, clean it and apply TW25b to all metal surfaces (including the bolt)

Any thoughts?

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@Alan27 welcome to the forum alan

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@Alan27 Welcome aboard. Your plan sounds good.

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@Alan27 Welcome to the Brotherhood. Don’t forget to go to the First Post Here: Introduce Yourself! thread and say Hi to everybody.

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@Alan27

Welcome to the MCCarbo Brotherhood, Alan…

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seriously i use TW25B as well. on everything sub, hell on everything.
works great.

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TW25B is good stuff. Use it on all firearms. Also use the Hornady Dry Lube especially in areas where carbon build up can be a problem such as firing pin, extractor, and bolt face. Powder/carbon build up just doesn’t happen as rapidly with the dry lube like it does using oils and grease type lubes.

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I use Weapon Shield for all my gun lubes. Good comparison videos on YouTube that shows how well Weapon Shield penetrates metal and preserves slickness.

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I use M-Pro 7 cleaner and lube on all of my fire arms.

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I bought this at a nearby auto parts store. Been using on all my rifles/shotgun/handguns and so far it’s working well. Being a synthetic, it stays put fairly well.

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I have yet to lube my sub 2K, was completely unaware it was needed. Thanks for the heads up

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@IrisGrower Welcome to the Brotherhood. Don’t forget to go to the First Post Here: Introduce Yourself! thread and say Hi to everybody.

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@IrisGrower Welcome aboard.

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Thanks, glad I landed here

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welcome to the forum scott and merry christmas and a happy new year :evergreen_tree:

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I follow an older guy on YouTube called gunblue490, a retired police officer, former Vietnam vet who lives in New Hampshire. This guy swears by Lsa , light small arms, which he says is the best gun oil there is. I bought a small bottle on eBay for cheap. One drop on the bolt and bolt head is all you need. Just take your fingers and spread it around.

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@boxcar Welcome aboard. Yep, very familiar with LSA.

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@boxcar welcome to the forum

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Ive used Gun Butter on my Glock for years, so used it by default on my Sub. its pretty light and didnt take much to coat the bolt/rec… i do use TW25b on my sig, but figured its too thick to use on the sub?? i picture it constantly dripping goo from the charging slot.

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Most of my firearms, including my S2k get Lucas RedNTacky axle grease. AR platforms get CLP.

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