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Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Jayusmc, Apr 25, 2012.

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  1. Jayusmc

    Jayusmc TS Member

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    I own a Blaser F-3 unsingle trap. should I stay with grease that comes from Blaser or stay with I.e. Pro-Shot or Stoss? I believe Blasershotguns has silicone in their grease. my question is does all gun grease have a Silicon base? I remember in the Old Corps we used Lubriplate on everything,he'll we even used small Smudge Pots that burned oil so we could apply Eye Black when on the Range. god bless our troops and all trap shooters. I am new at trap but I have made many new friends participating in trap and other disciplines! Thanks to all for yor help!
  2. Calkidd

    Calkidd Well-Known Member

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    Several folks on this forum use this including myself.


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    Bryan
  3. warpspeed

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    I have been told to use WBG - Wheel Bearing Grease

    But I don't shoot a Blaser FYI.
  4. 635 G

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    Use super lube--the commercial fisherman use it , for their equipment---your gun hinges have in all reality zero load. Any clean grease will work

    Phil Berkowitz
  5. 687_SP_II

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    I will second the Lucus Red "N" Tacky grease. I use it on all bearing surfaces and on my choke tubes.
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    Super Lube.....period. Don't be fooled by the designer greases, they're just someones grease in a different container, at 20 times the price.
  7. Jayusmc

    Jayusmc TS Member

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    I own a Blaser F-3 unsingle trap. should I stay with grease that comes from Blaser or stay with I.e. Pro-Shot or Stoss? I believe Blasershotguns has silicone in their grease. my question is does all gun grease have a Silicon base? I remember in the Old Corps we used Lubriplate on everything,he'll we even used small Smudge Pots that burned oil so we could apply Eye Black when on the Range. god bless our troops and all trap shooters. I am new at trap but I have made many new friends participating in trap and other disciplines! Thanks to all for yor help!
  8. Calkidd

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  9. warpspeed

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    I have been told to use WBG - Wheel Bearing Grease

    But I don't shoot a Blaser FYI.
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    Use super lube--the commercial fisherman use it , for their equipment---your gun hinges have in all reality zero load. Any clean grease will work

    Phil Berkowitz
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    I will second the Lucus Red "N" Tacky grease. I use it on all bearing surfaces and on my choke tubes.
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    Super Lube.....period. Don't be fooled by the designer greases, they're just someones grease in a different container, at 20 times the price.
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    I'm sure 221 and his significant other mrs skeet know all about "super lubes".
  14. Calkidd

    Calkidd Well-Known Member

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    What do you consider designer grease?
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    Lucas is hard to find around here. I use Farm and Fleets JT 6 wheel barring grease it is red, thick and tacky like Lucas or Stooters Choice Red in the surenge.

    John G.
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    Designer grease, grease that someone bought from places like JD, McMaster Carr, or tractor supply and repackage it to make a fast buck from trapshooters.
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    Mobile 1 or Stp depending on the weather- hotter weather stay with STP or Mobile 1

    Cold weather- Mobile 1

    Regards from Iowa

    Gene
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    BTW, mcmaster.com has a pretty easy to understand overview of the many greases that are out there, good reference for those that are interested. Grease is just like motor oil, to the masses, it's all about marketing. To those that understand their individual requirements, it's about the material inside the package.
  19. Calkidd

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    Since you put it that way Super Lube looks like designer grease. Lucas Oils are a proven company with innovative products. But to each his own and as long as it works and prevent undue wear on bearing surfaces.

    Bryan
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    calkidd, don't think so

    <EM>"SUPER LUBE® HISTORY...


    Synco Chemical Corporation is a privately held manufacturing company founded in 1980 in Bohemia, New York. Early on the company pioneered the development of synthetic fiber optic cable filling compounds and supplied all major telecommunication companies around the world as demand for this type of product increased.
    Along the way, Synco improved on its original product and developed Super Lube®, a line of premium synthetic lubricants. Designed for an endless array of applications, Super Lube® synthetic greases and oil lubricants are clean, non-toxic, food-grade lubricants marketed to consumer and industrial customers in over 122 countries around the world."</EM>
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