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Guyz,


I took the risk and went with trying it out. After cleaning and lube the gun I applied on the slipe of my P99. First of all this thing is very 'flaky', even with a damp cloth as they suggested to soften the compound.

After applying and buffing it out, I may be wrong but the finish on the slide looked more dull. I don't know why but it does. BUt I noticed hardly any dust or particles sticking to the slide.

Man, I am just worried sinde the black tennifer finish looks more dull.

Anybody else tried it?
 

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The inhibitor is great stuff
It does leave a "film" on the gun's metal, but it is great for storage

I use it on my duty guns especially when it gets wet out. never had any rust issues

Inhibitor
 
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