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Oddly, there are no lubrication instructions in my Mil Pro manual.

Yes, proper lubrication is mostly a no brainer, but I thought I would ask here just to be sure.

Are the Mil Pro's like a Glock, and need very little lube in the same places as a Glock basically, IE, frame rails, barrel hood, locking block, etc?

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I think that the old maxim, "Oil/lube it if it pivots, grease it if it slides" works with all firearms. Me...I grease my slide for sure. All the different brands work just fine. I personally recommend cleaning your Millennium Pro, regardless of the caliber, after each range session as a minimum. Also, after cleaning, lubricating, greasing my weapon...I put a small drop of oil on the outside surface and use an old boar's hair shaving brush to spread it all out and along the surface. It leaves a very fine film. Use a silicone impregnated cloth on the outside surfaces if you practice drawing from holsters frequently.
 

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Excellent, and pretty much what I expected.

Found it very odd there was no mention on lubing in the manual though.
 

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I use Tetra...only because I stock that up for my M1 Garand (Fulton Armory swears by it). I think just about any grease works just fine. Use it lightly though...just a drop on a Q-tip swab goes a long way.
 
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