Definitely not. You need to use a grease in this area. Wipe it off thoroughly and re-apply after every shooting session.
You can spend a lot of money on the specialty items or buy a lifetime supply economically by purchasing a lb can of good wheel bearing grease. Mobil 1 and Valvoline both make synthetic WBG which is suitable.
I'd suggest to avoid putting any lube on the barrel locking lug other than the lightest film of gun oil. Over-lubing the lug may cause it to fail to lock tightly or even open when the gun is fired depending on the age of the gun and/or the condition of the lug and barrel notch. I clean my breech face with mineral spirits and whatever remain after the cleaning is lubrication enough.
My understanding is that Browning employs a full-time PhD Galling Engineer. His only responsibility is to make sure that every Browning Break-Action shotgun ships with the incredible ability to gall instantly and for no apparent reason. Every weekend it's me and my tub of NAPA Wheel Bearing Grease vs. The Galling Engineer. I wish I could say I'm undefeated (actually I am, since I switched to the NAPA WBG)
I hear/read guys cryin' about galling and I put them on to DuPont Krytox GPL 205 from McMaster-Carr in Jersey. They look at the web site and come back weeping and wailing about the price. So I ask'em how much it's worth to them to never have to worry about galling again? They keep cryin' and makin' excuses. To heck with'em!
Spend your money as you wish, but Vaseline and Q-Tips work as well as anything. I wipe it off and apply it again each time I shoot. It has worked for almost 40 years with zero galling on my Browning, Perazzi, Beretta and Remington trap guns. My 2 cents!
I always read that you need to whipe off the old grease(dirty) after each day and replace with new. What is the difference between shooting 300 shots in one day and re-lubing and three 100 shot days and re-lubing?