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21Glock
10-23-2011, 20:42
HI guys,
Since it's that time of year with cold weather approaching, I was wondering how AR actions have functioned in cold weather after being treated with Frog Lube. By cold, I mean 15-35 degrees.
I've heard some rumors that said that Frog Lube glues the action or freezes it in those temps. This was after someone put some FL in a freezer and it froze as hard as concrete. I just wanted to see what that the real truth was with actual user reviews on their ARs actions in cold weather.

Thanks!

MrMurphy
10-23-2011, 21:46
15-35 degrees isn't cold.

You talk -20, that's cold.

Use LSA or Slip 2000 and get the job done.

21Glock
10-24-2011, 06:27
15-35 degrees isn't cold.

You talk -20, that's cold.

Use LSA or Slip 2000 and get the job done.


Let me re-phrase that for all the shooters in the frozen north. For Georgia and other southern states, when a hunter or target shooter is out in the woods, that is COLD.

Thanks for the tip on Slip 2000,though. It is not petro based and should compliment Frog Lube when temps dip below freezing.