TungstenLube™ Firearm Lubricant is based on nanotechnology that improves the lubrication properties of grease by decreasing friction and wear, thereby extending gear life. TungstenLube™ Firearm Lubricant is our finest premium tactical lubricant, designed specifically with firearms lubrication in mind. This is one of the most advanced firearms lubricants on the market, used by gun owners, police departments and training centers, gun collectors, and others that care about their gear! TungstenLube™ Firearm Lubricant is infused with a high concentration of Nano-Tungsten Disulfide WS2 for extreme pressures and is guaranteed to reduce friction and parts wear. Does not attract dust, dirt, or powder fouling like many petroleum-based products!
Excellent for use on all semi-auto and full auto locking lugs, sears, bolts and slides/rails. Smooth clean operation in the extreme cold -100°F and will hold up under the extreme heat +750°F as well.
- Reduces friction
- Reduces parts wear
- Bonds with parts at a molecular level
- Does not migrate (stays put)
- Does not contain Teflon or PTFE additives
- Operates under -100°F to +750°F
- Rust/Corrosion preventive additives
TungstenLube™ WS2 Dry Lubricant has been used for many years by professional shooters and hunters to coat bullets. Coated bullets reduce copper and powder fouling which enables hunters to spend less time cleaning barrels and more time hunting. Coated bullets also reduce friction and heat in a barrel which can extend the life of a barrel. Competition shooters also swear it improves the accuracy of their shots because of less friction. There is a trade off however, anything that reduces friction in a barrel also reduces velocity, so coated bullets will have 20-80 fps velocity reduction, most reloaders compensate for this by increasing the powder load about a half-grain. TungstenLube™ WS2 Dry Lubricant does not build up in barrels like MolyB.
Chemical Durability: Inert Substance, Non-Toxic
Rockwell Hardness: 30 HRc
Corrosion Stability: Can slow down the corrosion rate, but can not fully prevent substrate corrosion
Coatable Substrates: Iron, Steel, Aluminum, Copper, other Metals, Plastics and Manmade Solids (ceramics)
Compatibility: Oil, Solvent, Paint, Fuel, Water
The most popular method of bullet powder coating is Tumbler application:
- Clean and degrease all bullets.
- Take an empty plastic bottle (empty aspirin bottle will do). Put few bullets (this does not mean live rounds or cartridges) in the bottle and fill the bottle (up to 75%) with Tungsten powder. You can add BB’s to help the process however if you have brass parts we recommend do them separately from other metal parts and do not use BB’s (ceramic balls are ok).
- Put the bottle in vibratory bowl/tumbler with sand or vibratory media.
- Vibrate/Tumble for 1-2 hours.
- Empty the bottle (you can reuse Tungsten Powder) and wipe clean the bullets with soft tissue/cloth.