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Re: SlipStream Weapon Lube
« Reply #500 on: August 25, 2012, 01:28:06 pm »
I just got my RRA AR back from getting the permanent slipstream treatment. It was slick before, but it is amazing now.  :clap I also had the treatment done on my sig 556 upper. It  was slick  anyway, but the ST did not seem to have any discernable effect. It feels pretty much as it did before. I will have to put a few mags through it and see what difference it makes. :-\
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    Re: SlipStream Weapon Lube
    « Reply #501 on: February 09, 2013, 12:21:20 am »
    I'm planning on having my M1 Garand given the full advanced rifle treatment here soon.  I've heard good things.
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    Re: SlipStream Weapon Lube
    « Reply #502 on: February 09, 2013, 07:49:17 pm »
    Just wait till you try it.

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    Re: SlipStream Weapon Lube
    « Reply #503 on: February 12, 2013, 04:45:54 pm »
    I also want the Garand cerekoted.  Do you recommend having the slipstream advanced treatment done before or after cerekote?  I realize the advanced treatment has to do with the inside of the action, but the Garand has a few spots on the exterior metal that I would like treated as well.  Spots like where the op rod comes into contact with the barrel and such.
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    Re: SlipStream Weapon Lube
    « Reply #504 on: February 13, 2013, 01:54:31 am »
    Unfortunately we can't do the advanced treatment on a Garand. It's too long for the treatment booth.

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    Re: SlipStream Weapon Lube
    « Reply #505 on: February 13, 2013, 01:17:43 pm »
    Well, hell...  now my whole day is ruined. :banghead   Would the basic permanent treatment still be a go?
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    Re: SlipStream Weapon Lube
    « Reply #506 on: February 13, 2013, 03:22:08 pm »
    Absolutely.

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    Re: SlipStream Weapon Lube
    « Reply #507 on: February 21, 2013, 12:57:00 pm »
    Unfortunately we can't do the advanced treatment on a Garand. It's too long for the treatment booth.

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    "I think we're gonna need a bigger booth" (if you'll pardon the horrible misappropriation of a movie quote...  :D )

    Seriously though...   I hadn't even thought about getting the advanced treatment on my Garand...   In the space of just a few posts went from elated to depressed...

    I don't know if you guys ever plan on changing to a larger booth to accommodate longer rifles...  But if you do....    :clap 

    Having said that, what parts/surfaces would be treated on a Garand with the basic treatment?

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    Re: SlipStream Weapon Lube
    « Reply #508 on: February 23, 2013, 08:02:10 pm »
    I would like to second the clapping motion of the above post in support of a bigger booth.  :clap  :clap
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    Re: SlipStream Weapon Lube
    « Reply #509 on: May 26, 2013, 06:35:07 pm »
    Well I just made my third or fourth order for Slipstream.  I have also had a PST done on one of my Glocks.  Before I found Slipstream I just used whatever was close and easy.  Three & one oil, sewing machine oil, whatever, now I swear by Slipstream and only use it on my guns.  I have had to learn more about my guns as I have gotten bolder about how far I take them apart to put lube farther into the actions.  This stuff is magic, well just maybe just fantastic. 

    Crusader has great customer service also, no surprise as they are great guys.  Easy to work with, and good with communication. 

    My biggest problem now is how to get all my guns to them for PST. 

    Thanks Wes and Joe and any one else at Crusader who worked on my gun.

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