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    Quote Originally Posted by omega21 View Post
    Crash, what kinda lube is that? Honey Mustard or Chick-Fil-A sauce?
    Actually, I do want to know, joking aside.
    I'm a Weapon Shield guy. I use the grease on the barrel/slide areas .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crashmc View Post
    I'm a Weapon Shield guy. I use the grease on the barrel/slide areas .
    Thanks @Crashmc

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    Quote Originally Posted by GOTURBACK View Post
    Are you questioning the finish wear shown from shooting your pistol or the actual tooling marks from the machining process? That wear is what I would consider normal, I use slip 2000 too but I use slip grease in the area you are noticing wear on I had been using slide glide from Brian Enos on my HK45C and P2sk in certain spots for thousands of rounds with good results.
    I mean the tooling marks from the machining process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crashmc View Post
    I'm a Weapon Shield guy. I use the grease on the barrel/slide areas .
    I'll add that while Weapon Shield does not come in honey mustard flavor, it does have a nice cinnamon scent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fmxmyway1 View Post
    I mean the tooling marks from the machining process.
    Now I'm confused. The marks depicted in your photos are wear marks.
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    The machining marks are a normal part of the manufacturing process, consider them beauty marks your pistol will surprise you with it's performance for tens of thousands of stupidly reliable rounds fired.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GOTURBACK View Post
    The machining marks are a normal part of the manufacturing process, consider them beauty marks your pistol will surprise you with it's performance for tens of thousands of stupidly reliable rounds fired.
    Yeah, mine look pretty much like that. Some may better or worse depending on how many slides the cutter has done.
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