Froglube now has a gun oil….Froglube Extreme Oil.
Froglube Extreme oil is designed more towards lubricating than cleaning and it does this very well. It’s temperature range is broader than the CLP…-44 F to 125 F. If your guns are subject to extreme cold or heat then you might want to take a closer look at this product.
Here are the benefits of Froglube Extreme Oil over Froglube CLP
- Remains viscous at -40 F
- Does not evaporate at high temps
- Reduced fouling
- Can be mixed with Froglube CLP
- Works very well on custom rifles or “light action” rifles
- Squeeze tube applicator
- Complies with U.S. Army Field Manual/Tech Manual specifications
You use Froglube Extreme oil just like any other gun oil. Apply to metal surfaces or some clean patches and spread over area to be lubricated. Then wipe off the excess. Here is a link where you can get it….Froglube Extreme Gun Oil at Amazon.com
What is the recommended oil for the AR-15 Rifle?
Gun manufacturers do not recommend any name brand oil for use on their guns. For obvious reasons.
I have owned 3 AR-15’s, a Stag Arms Model 2T, a Smith & Wesson M&P15 and a Bushmaster. I never had 1 failure in any one of these rifles. I used several oils on them including BreakFree CLP, M-Pro 7 LPX and Froglube CLP.
All of these products are excellent lubricants for the AR-15 however I would highly recommend Froglube CLP over the other 2 because Froglube CLP dries after being applied and will not attract dirt and fouling. It is amazingly slippery after applied and is dry to the touch and is NON-TOXIC. I believe that Froglube CLP will outlast the lubricity of the other 2 at some point. I have never tested this but I have shot 1,000 rounds out of the Stag Arms 2T without a break for lubrication. It was treated with Froglube CLP.
If you would like to give Froglube CLP a try, here is a link where you can buy it with free shipping….Froglube CLP at Amazon.com