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Old December 17, 2012, 10:27 AM   #2
BarryLee
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I use the material on the aluminum rails of my SIG handguns to reduce the wear from the steel slide. The material seems to work very well for that.

I know that some .22 semi-autos have a difficult time cycling simply because of the low power load. I have heard too much lube can cause this, but have never actually seen it myself. I would clean the gun very good and make sure there are no worn parts. You did not mention specifically what gun it was, but maybe if you shared that someone might be able to offer more specific advice.

At the end of the day I can’t say Slide Glide would help, but why not give it a try I’m sure it won’t hurt anything.
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