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Crusader introducing our new lube

Postby Crusader Smithy » Wed 16 Sep 2009 3:15 pm

We are about to launch our new gun lube. You can get some info about it at http://wethearmed.com/index.php/topic,5402.0.html. There is also a couple reviews about it from George Hill. Read up on it and send me a PM if you would like to get your hands on some. We will soon have it up on our website as well but until then just send me a message.
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Re: Crusader introducing our new lube

Postby Snurd » Wed 16 Sep 2009 4:35 pm

I just came across a lube called Lubriplate. I have started using it on my .45 and it is really slick and stays in place. Is it anything like that? How much is it to try out, and how much comes in the trial package?
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Re: Crusader introducing our new lube

Postby Crusader Smithy » Wed 16 Sep 2009 8:01 pm

mqondo wrote:I just came across a lube called Lubriplate. I have started using it on my .45 and it is really slick and stays in place. Is it anything like that? How much is it to try out, and how much comes in the trial package?


We have a two part system here. Part one is a paste, that I think will work better than Lubriplate, that is perfect for slide rails and any other parts that you want the lube to stay in place on. Part two is an oil that is great for places like triggers where you want it to run into place and be worked in.

A very small amount goes extreemly far. The 1/2 oz. container of each is enough for months of heavy shooting or years in your lightly shot gun.

I'm not sure if it's ok to give prices in this board so shoot me a PM for prices.
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Re: Crusader introducing our new lube

Postby Car Knocker » Wed 16 Sep 2009 9:58 pm

Crusader Smithy wrote:I'm not sure if it's ok to give prices in this board so shoot me a PM for prices.

Sure it is - this posting is in the classified section, where people post to sell stuff! How can you sell stuff without letting peole know how much it costs? Go for it!
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Re: Crusader introducing our new lube

Postby Crusader Smithy » Wed 16 Sep 2009 10:34 pm

Car Knocker wrote:
Crusader Smithy wrote:I'm not sure if it's ok to give prices in this board so shoot me a PM for prices.

Sure it is - this posting is in the classified section, where people post to sell stuff! How can you sell stuff without letting peole know how much it costs? Go for it!


Thanks for the heads up Car Knocker.

Right now I'm releasing our sample size kit, mentioned earlier, for $10 (normally $15). All I ask is test it out and write up a post about what you think of it.

I've had PM's from a couple of you already so THANK YOU.
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Re: Crusader introducing our new lube

Postby Snurd » Thu 17 Sep 2009 11:56 am

Just picked up a little lube kit just a little bit ago. I'll probably be able to apply it today, but won't be able to go shooting until next week. I'll post more when I can. :thumbsup:
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Re: Crusader introducing our new lube

Postby Snurd » Thu 17 Sep 2009 1:06 pm

So I cleaned my .45....again. I cleaned it up after shooting a few days ago, but needed another cleaning to give the new lube a try. When I first saw the lube I noticed that it was almost black. I have used black lubes before, and it seems to be a major pain to clean up, and gets everything dirty. However, after putting a thin layer on everything internal on the .45, the new lube from Crusader virtually disappears. I was quite excited about that. He said that the lube goes a long way, and should last me for quite some time. I applied it, and used very little of the supply that he gave me. I'm thinking he wasn't just whistling Dixie when he said this. Although his pooches may have been barking a similar tune.... :D I have been using Lubriplate for the last little while and have liked how that stuff works. Crusader's lube is much thicker than the other lubes I have tried in the past, and stays right where you put it. I also tossed a little bit of the oil supplied onto the trigger and hammer areas and worked it around a little. The new lube is quite slick, and so far I am impressed with it. I will write a bit more once I have had the chance to take the .45 to the range. Thanks for the opportunity to try your new lube, Crusader. :thumbsup:
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Re: Crusader introducing our new lube

Postby Crusader Smithy » Thu 17 Sep 2009 1:40 pm

Any time mqondo. Glad you're happy so far and willing to write about it. Thanks much.
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Re: Crusader introducing our new lube

Postby Crusader Smithy » Sat 19 Sep 2009 7:16 pm

George Hill of MadOgre.com decided to test out our lube on his rough AR and thought it would be great on video. Thought you might like to see it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_Lv2GAuVOM
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Re: Crusader introducing our new lube

Postby Crusader Smithy » Wed 23 Sep 2009 6:40 pm

Just to let you guys know, our trial/sample period will end at the end of the month. We will still have it for sale on our website http://www.crusaderweaponry.com and will be more than happy to process your order. All info needed to order is there on the site.
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Re: Crusader introducing our new lube

Postby Crusader Smithy » Sat 26 Sep 2009 11:06 am

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Re: Crusader introducing our new lube

Postby Snurd » Sat 26 Sep 2009 2:54 pm

Just curious, how much lube do you get when you buy it on your website? Is it the same as the trial size, or is it a larger amount?
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Re: Crusader introducing our new lube

Postby Crusader Smithy » Sat 26 Sep 2009 3:01 pm

mqondo wrote:Just curious, how much lube do you get when you buy it on your website? Is it the same as the trial size, or is it a larger amount?


The sample size you didn't quite get the full amount that is in the bottles. Also the the bottles come with needle tips so you can be very, very accurate about where the lube goes. It's really a great combination.
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Re: Crusader introducing our new lube

Postby Snurd » Sat 26 Sep 2009 3:06 pm

Crusader Smithy wrote:
mqondo wrote:Just curious, how much lube do you get when you buy it on your website? Is it the same as the trial size, or is it a larger amount?


The sample size you didn't quite get the full amount that is in the bottles. Also the the bottles come with needle tips so you can be very, very accurate about where the lube goes. It's really a great combination.

It would be quite nice to have a needle tip for it, that's for sure. It's hard to get it in to the tight spots with a Q-tip. Especially the slide rails. How many ounces would you say come in the bottles?
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Re: Crusader introducing our new lube

Postby Crusader Smithy » Sat 26 Sep 2009 5:09 pm

mqondo wrote:
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mqondo wrote:Just curious, how much lube do you get when you buy it on your website? Is it the same as the trial size, or is it a larger amount?


The sample size you didn't quite get the full amount that is in the bottles. Also the the bottles come with needle tips so you can be very, very accurate about where the lube goes. It's really a great combination.

It would be quite nice to have a needle tip for it, that's for sure. It's hard to get it in to the tight spots with a Q-tip. Especially the slide rails. How many ounces would you say come in the bottles?


1/2 oz. but with the needle oilers it goes further.
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