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The bronze lube is fine and a decent lubricant...kind of like when we got new weapons in the military and they were packed full of cosmoline! Shoot it with it on, won't hurt anything.

Glocks don't require a ton of lubricant like se custom 1911's that have extremely tight tolerances. Actually you don't need much at all on Glocks. They are reliable because tolerances a not super tight. If you over lubricate you run the risk of having gunk stick to the lube and causing issues.

I've run thousands of rounds through my Glocks and only put 1 drop of oil on each slide rail, and on the lug (under the barrel) and never had a problem and they run smooth.

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