Brian Enos Slide-Glide
•Softens Felt Recoil in Semi-Autos
•Super “Stringy” - It Stays Where You Put It - Forever
•Blended With The Highest-Grade Extreme Pressure Compound Available
From Brian Enos, himself:
Slide-Glide is a uniquely formulated lubricant that protects all firearms from corrosion and wear. It also softens "felt recoil" in all semi-autos, especially pistols.
Slide-Glide provides a dramatic improvement in lubrication compared to conventional oils and greases such as lithium, or lithium-based metallic greases containing molybdenum or graphite.
Additionally, it is engineered to have a stringy characteristic that prevents "tracking" or shearing on sliding metal surfaces. It stays put - ceaselessly dragging itself back into the friction areas of the cycling slide and barrel. Slide-Glide Lite (thin viscosity)
- 30+ degrees F
- All Firearms:
- Centerfire Pistols
- Non-compensated & Compensated
- Rifles: All action types (including Lever Actions)
- Shotguns: All action types
- Revolvers (Internal action parts only - not for the cylinder)
- .22's ◦"Carry Guns" Applied extremely sparingly for maximum reliability
Slide-Glide Lite's viscosity is blended specifically for "IPSC Open guns" in any temperature, and also works great on the Glock's "connector."
For maximum protection from wear, Slide-Glide Lite is all you need. But for maximum recoil dampening - use the thickest viscosity that allows your pistol to function with 100% reliability in the temperature where you shoot.
Cary or Duty Pistols:
Slide-Glide is a grease, so it will slow down a pistol's slide-speed (compared to oil). For carry or duty pistols, protection from wear is not an issue - 100% reliability is the most important factor. For that reason, I only recommend Slide-Glide Lite in carry or duty pistols. And even then - applied very sparingly!
Polymer or Stainless Steel:
Slide-Glide works great on pistols with polymer frames, like Glocks and Springfield Armory XDs. And for stainless steel pistols, I've had quite a few reports that Slide-Glide will make a pistol function with 100% reliability - that would barely function at all with any other oil or grease.
BEFORE you shoot with Slide-Glide in a competition:
Test the viscosity and how much you apply in the temperature where you will shoot! It's stringy characteristic keeps the grease between the moving parts - noticeably softening the felt recoil of semi-atuomatic pistols. Your pistol just feels “smoother” when you shoot it.
With three viscosities to choose from, there is a viscosity of Slide-Glide that will reduce wear and improve the operation of any firearm, tool, or machine.
Posted by Destry on Aug 31st 2018
I use this on my sear nose and hammer books. Stays in place, doesn't migrate badly, and smoothes the action. Highly recommended.
Posted by Destry on Jun 15th 2018
Ordered the light grease. Stays in place, put it on the high friction areas. a little dab will do ya.
Posted by Stephen on Jun 5th 2018
This has been the only gun grease I have ever tried but i don’t feel the need to try anything other than Slide Glide. It stays where I put it and don’t sling or dry off like a gun oil will. Makes the slide feel so smooth when racking and shooting. Also the small tub last along time.
Posted by John on Jan 23rd 2018
This glide is super - easy to use and durable. Used it on my Kimber 1911, Walther p22 and finally on my Desert Eagle.
It does exactly what it is supposed to do !
Posted by gene on Jan 10th 2018
Works very good, seems to stay put on the parts.
Posted by Lee on Aug 14th 2017
Use the Lite version exclusively. Does exactly what is says.
Posted by Sanford Aronoff on Aug 22nd 2016
Having used various makers gun grease, this is one that stay where you put it. The Lite version does not slow down the slide like others do. I know this product would be best served with a better video on the website and on Youtube. Especially using a 1911 and another style showing where this product works best. I bought this because the 2 oz. size was the best value, but I would have liked to purchase a syringe at the same time from this site. I did go elsewhere for one. I wanted pinpoint application rather than a brush or finger.
Posted by Jim on Jul 28th 2016
Really good for tight fitting guns
Posted by Kermit on Apr 7th 2016
Used on my custom 1911s stays put and works great. I am a GunSmith and will use this on my customers Guns as well. It will always be on my work bench.
Posted by Dewey Harper on Jan 18th 2016
Beats chasing the "dipping sauce container" all around the bench and holding the brush in your mouth.