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I have 120 tubes on the way, and have about 30 in stock. I actually sell quite a bit of this for what I charge.

Try to run the old Coach off the road!

2 tubes for $13 shipped. I need the buck-fifty I make on a tube! LOL

PM your address and I will get lube in the mail and send you info for payment.

I have trusted folks and been trusted here for a good while.
 

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It prevents metal-to-metal galling, many high end gunmakers supply it with their firearms, and I am selling it cheap.

It also keeps choke tubes from loosening, when applied to threads.

Krieghoff Gun Glide is $6.50 for a one ounce tube. STOS in the syringe is typically $6.95 for less product. CMD Gun Lube is $5 for a two ounce tube.

My shipping is $3 per order, within reason.

What's not to love? LOL
 

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Dave P CMD is the only grease that I have found that will stay in place when it is 105 degrees in the shade and you are shooting doubles. I'm sure there are others but I haven't found them yet.

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Different Question... I got CMD from Kolar, but what do you use when its 40 degress and dropping... CMD gets really thick,

Jay
 

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Jerry B I am always trying different stuff in fact I just asked Cocked Wad for a sample of Gator Tears. The only place that I have even heard of it is on this forum. None of the shops or dealers where I have shot had any or I would have tried it. Spitter at 45 and below the CMD will still work but it is a little stiff I have used it to 10 degrees with a heck of a wind chill.

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Dear Flalagarto

No problem. Folks should choose what they want. I casually mentioned on the forum I am a distributor for CMD. I never imagined the response I would get.

I might be selling it too cheap, but I make a little on it, have fun dealing with folks, and hope they are getting a great deal.

It does get a little thick when cold, but it keeps my guns tight and absolutely stops galling. It also keeps my Angleport chokes from loosening.

When it is hot, it does not run. It gets very hot in Tennessee.

Have a great holiday!
 

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What seems to work well for me in COLD weather is to place the CMD on my fingertip and use my fingertip to apply it. I get a good thin application with even coverage even in the coldest weather.

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