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Re: Crusader introducing our new lube

Postby Snurd » Sat 26 Sep 2009 6:36 pm

Just picked up another batch of the lube from Crusader. Mainly wanted the bottle, but it just happened to come with some lube too. BONUS! The needle oiler bottle is perfect. Q-tips worked okay, but didn't work as well as I wanted. The needle is small enough to get into the tight places, yet large enough to get the bigger areas too. I recommend picking up some. Give that guy a PM, or order it off his website. Thanks Crusader! :thumbsup:
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Re: Crusader introducing our new lube

Postby Crusader Smithy » Sat 26 Sep 2009 7:41 pm

mqondo wrote:Just picked up another batch of the lube from Crusader. Mainly wanted the bottle, but it just happened to come with some lube too. BONUS! The needle oiler bottle is perfect. Q-tips worked okay, but didn't work as well as I wanted. The needle is small enough to get into the tight places, yet large enough to get the bigger areas too. I recommend picking up some. Give that guy a PM, or order it off his website. Thanks Crusader! :thumbsup:


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Re: Crusader introducing our new lube

Postby GeorgeHill » Sun 27 Sep 2009 12:22 pm

What impresses me is just how little stuff you need to make a big effect.... You can't tell in my vids how much I'm using. I'm just hitting it with as tiny of a drop as I can apply. The stuff, once spread over the metal to metal contact area... just simply gets rid of friction. Like in that Glock vid clip, you can hear the difference... in the Slipstream treated Glock you are actually NOT hearing the friction like you do in the Untreated Glock. The Slip and Stick just isn't there once you treat it with Slipstream. Its gone. Instead you can hear the mechanical components slapping together... Barrel and slide going into battery and such. You can't hear the Slide running on the rails. You can't hear the spring dragging the guide rod. And the reason you can't here it, is the reduction - nay - the elimination of the Friction that is normally present.
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Re: Crusader introducing our new lube

Postby Crusader Smithy » Wed 30 Sep 2009 12:16 am

This is a video eval from one of our customers out of state.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOymhDfJgiM&feature=player_embedded
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Re: Crusader introducing our new lube

Postby Snurd » Wed 30 Sep 2009 9:53 am

Yesterday I cleaned out my P250, and lubed it up with Slipstream. Now I just gotta go shoot it. :D
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Re: Crusader introducing our new lube

Postby Crusader Smithy » Thu 01 Oct 2009 1:36 pm

Crusader Smithy wrote:This is a video eval from one of our customers out of state.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOymhDfJgiM&feature=player_embedded


Thought I would add a quote from WeTheArmed from the guy that made this video.

So, holy crap!

You guys thought that video with Slipstream in my pistols was impressive?

I should have recorded my AR cleaning today!

I had essentially been running it dry, I think. I had used Hoppes oil and Rem Oil before, but it never got rid of that rough sound and feel, like there was sand in my rifle. I field stripped it, cleaned it ([auto-filtered] that rifle was filthy) and put Slipstream everywhere I could, with emphasis on the bolt rails and the charging handle, and anywhere it looked like it was rubbing. I could feel it as soon as I put the bolt back in. Also colored the entire trigger group black with oil.

Dear GOD! It feels like my P226 now! Smooth as silk! The trigger even feels better, and it wasn't a bad trigger to begin with.

From now on, gun cleaning will have mandatory camera, at least till I get Slipstream in all my guns.
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Re: Crusader introducing our new lube

Postby ennis » Sat 18 Sep 2010 10:52 am

Can you use too much Slipstream? Does it attract dust/sand? Is it flammable? Does it have a strong odor? I will be picking some up next week. Looking forward to it. Right now my current lubes are MMC Molecular Metal Conditioner and Eezox. I'm not even sure MMC is still in business. Eezox, scent sets off my wifes migraines. It will be great to try out your product.
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Re: Crusader introducing our new lube

Postby Crusader Smithy » Sat 18 Sep 2010 11:09 am

ennis wrote:Can you use too much Slipstream? Does it attract dust/sand? Is it flammable? Does it have a strong odor? I will be picking some up next week. Looking forward to it. Right now my current lubes are MMC Molecular Metal Conditioner and Eezox. I'm not even sure MMC is still in business. Eezox, scent sets off my wifes migraines. It will be great to try out your product.


No it doesn't attract dirt. I do find that my carry gun get's linty around the muzzle...but it's in an IWB holster. The lint will come regardless.
No strong smell...none. Shouldn't set off any migraines.

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Re: Crusader introducing our new lube

Postby Korben88 » Sat 18 Sep 2010 11:55 am

How does this product differ from your slipstream treatment?
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Re: Crusader introducing our new lube

Postby Crusader Smithy » Mon 20 Sep 2010 12:17 am

Korben88 wrote:How does this product differ from your slipstream treatment?


Sorry for the slow reply. The difference is the lubricants use some of the key ingredient as apposed to the treatment uses high pressure to blast the key ingredient into the metal creating a coating roughly 1 micron thick on the metal. The pressure creates a permanent bond. The treatment is mean to be a layer of lubrication when all others have long since cooked off.
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