Where were you in '06?
I was a paratrooper in the army for 6 years before getting medically retired. As I was cleaning my guns last night, all I could think about was I wish I had this stuff in that sandbox Iraq. After spending a good amount of time out on the range here in dustbowl southern CA, I realized that all my guns treated with FL had a very light coating of dust clinging to it, and that a quick wipe rid me off this problem. On top of that I was able to clean 3 guns thoroughly before heading to bed after a range trip! I have been using this product for about 2 1/2 years now and have yet to come up with a complaint. Being a disabled veteran owned company is also a plus, as I am one. Keep up the keepin up guys! Airborne!
I strongly recommend switching to FrogLube as the only weapons care product for combat units
My unit (USN SEAL element) was deployed to a very active combat area where we encountered frequent contacts with the enemy. When we were engaged, we returned fire using our assigned FN SCAR "heavy" rifles (Mk-17). During these engagements, we encountered a too common malfunction which prevented semi-auto firing and we would have to manually cycle the bolt in between successful shots. We tried cleaning with our petroleum CLP, but this did not eliminate the malfunctions. An operator in our unit recommended we try FrogLube. We started by applying some lube to the rails of the SCARs. Immediately after we began using the FrogLube, the malfunctions disappeared & the guns just ran without a problem. I strongly recommend switching to FrogLube as the only weapons care product for combat units.
Guys who are using FrogLube in their barrels are having ZERO jams
Guys who are using FrogLube in their barrels are having ZERO jams, both with SRTA barrels and rounds and regular M4. The M4 is famous for stoppages, but mine has been performing flawlessly after 800 rounds and no cleaning whatsoever. My pistol has likewise been basted in FrogLube and ZERO stoppages. Dudes are coming over from other ranges to find me and my little white canister of FrogLube™ that I keep in my H gear.
US Navy SEAL Platoon Chief
FrogLube is freakin awesome!
FrogLube is freakin awesome! I used the Otis Special Forces Dry Lube, on my M4 and my M9 while I was in Afghanistan. After using FrogLube on my Springfield XDm-9, at home, I have to say it does a far better job at keeping my pistol clean and protected than the Otis product.
In my fourteen years as a armorer I have never encountered a product as versatile and effective as FrogLube
In my fourteen years as a armorer I have never encountered a product as versatile and effective as FrogLube. As I’m sure that you and most folks with your level of small arms experience are aware different weapons systems can require a wide range of lubricants to operate reliably in diverse environments. To date I have used FrogLube on 36 different weapon systems, all of which showed a tremendous increase in reliability in side by side comparison with lubricants such as CLP, LSA, and TM-25 just to name a few. FrogLube’s ability to penetrate and bond to different metals, alloys, and finishes creates a friction free surface that improves functionality while simultaneously reducing wear on moving parts and increasing the weapon’s lifespan. But perhaps most impressive is FrogLube’s ability to clean with the power of a solvent and even repel carbon buildup and corrosion within the first few applications, all without the storage and handling constraints associated with a dry-cleaning solvent. Thanks this truly awesome product.
GMC (Armory LCPO)
I've given samples to all the team guys in 3 different LCEs
Thanks again brother, I've given samples to all the team guys in 3 different LCEs in southern PI, ODA 113, 3rd Marine Recon Batt, and Army CA. All are impressed and putting it good use.
SOF troops 'downrange