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Does anybody use FrogLube? I purchased a bottle and love the smell and feel of it. Was wondering about the protective qualities and lubricating abilities. Any info would be appreciated. Thanks Don
 

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It's an outstanding product; a friend introuced me to it and we cleaned and lubed a few pistols and two M-4's. I will add that he had the super-degreaser made by the same manufacturer and we used that 1st before the lube but I don't know if it's necessary?
 

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You like the feel of it ??? Now what exactly are using it for?? Or maybe I don't want to know!!
By the way - where do you find this stuff ??
 

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I'm hoping it works as well as all the reviews I've read. I just got a Froglube "kit" for father's day - now which guns to experiment on with it.....hhmmmm
 

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Thanks - just bustin your chops a little -- I see your from Claremore, I've spent hours in the Museum down there.
 

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I had family in from Indiana last week and we spent hours there. It has some nice arms, but it seems like some of the guns that were on display are gone. I guess they rotate them once in awhile.
 

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Does anybody use FrogLube? I purchased a bottle and love the smell and feel of it. Was wondering about the protective qualities and lubricating abilities. Any info would be appreciated. Thanks Don
I use the blood of a goat.
 
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