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    Hornady gun cleaner and dry lube

    Anyone use this on their black/blued finish of their millenium g2? Want to make sure it doesn't remove the finish.
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    Nope, but go to the manufacturers site and see what warnings they may give......................
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    I've used a similar Remington product, DriLube, on many different finishes with no problems at all.

    These days, I'd be very surprised if a newly designed/manufactured gun had any incompatibility like that with a cleaning product, or vice versa.
    "It is wonderful, in the event of a street fight, how few bullets seem to hit the men they are aimed at." Ranch Life and the Hunting Trail, Theodore Roosevelt, 1888

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    Yea tried it and no issues
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    I wouldn't worry too much anyway. My G2 is my EDC and is showing signs of wear on the bluing just from daily holstering/unholstering. Our guns are tools, after all, and a little wear and tear indicates reliability and trustworthiness. At least to me...
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    OK I'm anal. I've known it for decades.
    On my matt finish SS pt111 I have placed clear scotch tape on the slide where the holster wear points are.
    Change it once a year and no one knows it's there.

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    In West Texas a wet lube will attract enough dirt to plant a crop. Dry lube is the only way to lube a gun thats carried and shot regularly. Use it always with no problems. Great lube!

 

 

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