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So first things first, i use Balistol on all my weapons..have been since i been into firearms. I love it because, its a all in one product. Cleans, preserves, lubes, etc. And i have had no problems with it. NOW, full disclosure i started out loving Glocks only (I guess i was a fanboy) and i am pretty sure what they like. So i guess my question is....does Walthers like a lot of lube? I know Glocks like to be somewhat dry but i have only had my lovely PPS for a few weeks. So am i good with what i like or does the PPS like it wet? And again i am not a glock guy. I have owned a kel tec, FN, and i have a XD.
 

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Moving parts only need enough lube to reduce friction. They way I do things is I’ll put a drop of lube or two on a Q-Tip swap then apply the lube to the slide rails and other parts affected by the movement of the slide. I’ll also give just a quick shot of lube for areas that a q-tip wont get to.
 
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