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Old 05-07-2016, 05:15 AM   #121
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Grease and auto pistols go together like redheads and halter tops!
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Old 05-25-2016, 01:19 PM   #122
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What do people think about TW-25 grease as recommended by Sig in their manual?

I found it at Cabela's and have been using it for a few months now. It's a nice light grease and seems to stay in place on the gun from cleaning to cleaning with no problem and doesn't seem to attract any dirt.
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What do people think about TW-25 grease as recommended by Sig in their manual?

I found it at Cabela's and have been using it for a few months now. It's a nice light grease and seems to stay in place on the gun from cleaning to cleaning with no problem and doesn't seem to attract any dirt.
I use the TW25 grease if I know I run more than 100 rounds. Otherwise, I use the good ole Hoppe's No9.
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What do people think about TW-25 grease as recommended by Sig in their manual?

I found it at Cabela's and have been using it for a few months now. It's a nice light grease and seems to stay in place on the gun from cleaning to cleaning with no problem and doesn't seem to attract any dirt.
The TW25 is good stuff but to save even more money and have great grease for the frame rails, go to Lowes and buy some Lucas marine grease. Its the greenish/blue stuff and is around 6-7 bucks for a large tube. That should last you a life time especially if put in a small syringe.
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I use mobil synthetic grease

Great thread
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I use mobil synthetic grease

Great thread
You keep the grease, I'm lookin' for them redheads in halter tops!

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Great information- thank you.
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