I was tinkering with my G26 yesterday …polishing my slide lock lever when I noticed a bottle of Dry Lube that was in my Dremel case from when I was working on my son's Pinewood Derby car. It's not the Graphite type that is typically used, it is a PTFE ("Teflon") type powder. It's basically teflon plummers tape in powder form. It repels water, doesn't cake up if it DOES get wet , and is SUPER SLICK to the touch. I've heard so many people talk about running their Glocks "Dry" that it got me thinking...why not run it dry with the added benefit of a lube that won't gum up the works? I'll post a pic of the bottle when I get a chance. This isn't commercially available stuff, I think the name on the bottle is "Lab Lube" Thoughts?