Sounds ok. Any lube is lube and better than running dry. Running dry happens at what point, round count , temperature... Heat and friction , what stands up to this? LOL,
I'm not sure. I beat on this horse until i got happy with a combination of CLP, High temp stainless steel grease and true dry lube. Not that silicone/Teflon BS but like militec-1 dry lube. I stay away from silicone and Teflon.
I inspected my firearms on range trips while hot and after. I looked for drying, performance of lube, build up of burned power, fouling... I cleaned, relubed according to what i found. I then ran another 200-300 rounds while looking for changes. I know my guns and what needs grease, a little oil or both ( like the barrel lug on my Beretta PX4). I'll try most anything but for the most part, it's about the right amount of the right product for the application. Grease where grease goes and oil where oil goes. Are some products better than others? In some applications, you bet but for any round count less than 100 in a regularly used and maintained gun. Any of todays products are going to stand up fine.
Now 300 to 500 rounds builds a lot of heat. Heat breaks down viscosity. Look at your gun and see what's going on.