No disrespect intended with my posts bull - just curious why we didn't agree and wanted to clarify.Ok, I think we are talking about the same thing when it comes to oil and grease on the M1 and M14. Lubriplate 130A has a viscosity of 150. That is equivalent to SAE 30 motor oil. That is about the same as the oil I was issued for the M1 and M14. We did not get it in tubes labeled Lubriplate. We got it in plastic bottles that fit in the but stock well. We referred to it as oil. Apparently it was oil with calcium added to it as a thickener which technically made it a grease (just read that over 50 years after using it). So I stand corrected. We used grease that we all thought was oil. And Yes, none of us read the manual. Trainers taught s and we used their nomenclature. So I still think I oiled my rifles. Now I know that I actually dd oil my M16. I also oiled my M1911. No calcium in those lubricants. Are, I am outa here. Semper Fi
Thank you for your service.[/QUOTE]No disrespect intended with my posts bull - just curious why we didn't agree and wanted to clarify.
Thank you for your service.
I also use EWG (and EWL) and have been extremely happy with it. This is my favorite reviewI've just started using EWG grease again on my PPK rails and slide/frame contact points.