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Grease may refer to:
Grease (lubricant), a type of industrial lubricant
Yellow grease, in rendering, used frying oils, or lower-quality grades of tallow
Brown grease, waste vegetable oil, animal fat, grease, etc. that is recovered from a grease trap
Any petroleum product or fat (including those used in cooking) that is a soft solid at room temperature
Hydrogenated vegetable oil (vegetable shortening) used as a replacement for lard and other rendered animal fats
I got these for a project that isn't going to happen. I found these six, I might have more in another box. Four seem to be from one factory, and two from another based on the stamping. I don't believe they have ever been used.
Price is for each one.
"if it spins use oil, if it slides use grease"
don't worry not another "whats the best lube" thread....
Ive used oil for year but have switched to grease on the rails and like it better because it stays put. I bought a very small syringe of TW25B grease which should probably last me a while...
I have heard different arguments to this, but I trust you guys more.
I have a G29 I'm bringing to the range on Friday and it still has the copper grease from Glock in the guts of it.
Before I go to the range I usually lube the barrel of my firearms the night before and let it sit for the...
Since I bought my Lee Classic Turret press around a year ago, I haven't cleaned it except for occasionally wiping it with a dry paper towel. And since the press has been sitting around for most of winter, I would like to properly clean it and grease/lube it.
Do you experienced guys have...
I'd like to install my Geissele G2S in my AR this morning so I'll have it in for shooting tomorrow. I don't have much time, and the OEM trigger didn't come with grease. I've heard there are certain greases you can find in auto parts stores that will work just as well as dedicated trigger grease...