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I had mentioned in another post that I have lubed my TX22 with molybdenum disulfide. I used Molybdenum Disulfide, >98%, Super Fine Grade Powder 1-2 micron avg. by MicroLubrol (MicroLubrol - Home). The one ounce bottle will last a long time. The moly gives a metallic sheen to the coated parts. I fired 100 rounds of CCI Mini-Mag with no problems. In these photos all I did was remove the slide/barre/recoil spring from the frame. I did NO cleaning or anything to change the appearance of the pistol. There is no signs of wear of any kind. The pistol is quite clean after the 100 rounds.
 

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Well, that'll keep the rimfire rounds from getting duds from lube intrusion. :D Dry lube is probably the way to go on rimfires especially, though I don't have any.
 

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Before I ever fired my TH9 I applied a thin mix of Moly & Kroil to the sear/hammer surfaces along with the hammer spring strut. I thumbed the hammer up & down for a few days breaking-in the surfaces. The trigger on my TH9 is smooth as a babies butt! Also, my TH9 does not exhibit that double-reset that has been seen on a couple review vids. Just one distinctive, 'click' for a reset every time.
 
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