Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by Edcnh, Oct 15, 2020.
Lithium grease like Lubriplate, Lucas white lithium grease tubes or something similar would work.
The various "never seeze" greases would also work.
But, do not over apply the application.
A dry lube product may cause problems but that is a gut feel on my part. The carrier in a dry lube is meant to flash off leaving a dry compound behind. The heat of firing the shotgun may cause issues with the dry lube components. But I could be wrong.
I use Pro Gold because I bought a tub about 15 years ago and haven't run out yet.
As long as you clean both sets of threads
When I had a Remington 1100 in 28 gauge, the shallow and wide threads on the Briley OEM tubes would come loose every 3-5 shots; the only thing that worked was teflon tape.
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