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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 06-26-2010, 03:35 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone use Fail Zero AR products?

I saw this in the latest issue of American Rifleman, and since I'm building a couple of ARs, thought this might just be the route to go on one of them.

http://www.failzero.com/productaquis...&category_id=1

FAILZEROTM tactical upgrades give law enforcement, security and military professionals the "active weapon advantage" in critical use: no grease to hold grit, no oil to wear off, no gun-jamming crud on key components. FAILZERO tactical rifle upgrades and pistol drop-in kits use patented EXO Technology to provide permanent dry lubricity to metal surfaces. This breakthrough technology, thoroughly proven in SWAT applications, DoD testing and battlefield conditions, creates a greaseless, permanently lubricious surface that's harder than the substrate itself. Unlike films, conventional coatings and applied lubricants, it never rubs off, thins out, spalls off, or builds up crud. FAILZERO upgrade parts radically reduce maintenance and improve the performance of tactical firearms starting with the AR-15 M4/16 and 1911 -- and the confidence you have in them when optimum performance is critical.
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I have a 1911 that was built using one of their treated frame and slide kits. It is super easy to clean but I have never put more than 200 round through it in one sitting. I spray the inside of it with Gibs lube and lube the friction points with Miltec grease; it has never let me down.

Their AR parts don't seem over priced when compaired to a chromed BCG.

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