Been using the now-milspec-again breakfree CLP on, well everything for a couple years now. Striker fired pistols, SAA revolvers, shotguns, 22s and of course some AR platforms. Seems to work as well as anything else out there, although I do like wiping the outside of my blued hunting guns with fluid film before heading out... Anyways, picked up their "LP" (lube and protect) recently and played with it a little today. Interestingly, the marketing talks a lot about rapid rates of fire and artillery pieces. My initially thoughts are that it's a little thicker and a LOT tackier than the BF CLP. It also has visible "chunks" mixed in, presumably a ptfe like substance. Used it for three little projects and I do like it though not universally. I used it to oil a shimano freehub which has stiffened up; for this is seemed to work great but time will tell how it holds up. I also wiped down the blade of a Spyderco Endura which doesn't really say much but clearly illustrated its tackiness. Then I wiped down my Glock g23 and lubed with the LP. No change in action feel but I guess I'll check it out in a few weeks and see if it's sticking around better than the CLP. Anybody else have experience with this oil? My hope is that it will offer better medium-long term storage luberication and corrosion proctectuon than the CLp. Which, I must clarify, has been functioning just fine for me.