Wilson CombatŪ Ultima-Lube II is a blend of petroleum and synthetic lubricants specially formulated to insure optimal performance of any firearm and inhibit wear.
Ultima-Lube II Grease
Ideal for Heavy Wear Areas
Stays Put Under Extreme Conditions
40° to 350° F Temperature Range
Recommended for Full and Semi-Auto Rifles and Carbines, Optimal in AR Style Rifles at Temperatures Above 50° F
Wilson CombatŪ Ultima-Lube II is a blend of petroleum and synthetic lubricants specially formulated to insure optimal performance of any firearm and inhibit wear. The unique blend of lubricating fluids has proven ideal for today's high-tech semi-auto weapons, whether manufactured of conventional steels, aluminum alloys or stainless steel. In addition, we have found nothing superior to Ultima-Lube II for the proper lubrication and protection of the hand-fit custom firearms that Wilson CombatŪ is known for.
Ultima-Lube II is Available in Four Formulations:
Ultima-Lube II Lite Oil - Very low viscosity. Ideal for extreme cold weather use. Recommended Uses: Tightly fitted handguns of minor caliber.
Ultima-Lube II Oil - Thin viscosity penetrates hard to get to areas. Ideal for cold weather use, 10° to 350° F temperature range. Recommended Uses: Tightly fitted handguns of all types.
Ultima-Lube II Universal - All purpose lube for all types of firearms. Stays put under extreme conditions, 40° to 350° F temperature range. Recommended Uses: Service pistols/revolvers and broken-in custom handguns, Long guns of all action types, AR style rifles in the 20° to 50° F temperature range.
Ultima-Lube II Grease - Ideal for heavy wear areas. Stays put under extreme conditions, 40° to 350° F temperature range. Recommended Uses: Full and Semi-Auto rifles and carbines, Optimal in AR style rifles at temperatures above 50° F.
General Recommendations on Lubricating Firearms:
ALWAYS wear safety glasses when disassembling or reassembling any firearm!
Do NOT over lube!!!
Once your firearm is broken in, lube only those areas where you see visible wear, lubricating areas that don't have contact will only attract debris and fouling.
After lubrication and re-assembly, cycle the firearm several times and wipe off any excess lubricant that may seep out. If you have lubed properly this should be minimal.
For firearms that will be used at constant temperatures below 10° F, we recommend you use a very light coat of a very thin lubricant like Break Free CLP or FP-10.
Wilson Combat Grease is the only lubricant I have found that stays put on my shotguns electroless nickel finish. All other oils slide off after one day, Wilson Combat grease stays on and leaves an invisible layer of lubricant. If you have electroless nickel then you MUST try this on your firearm!
- Hojo, VA
This is amazing grease. After greasing all my guns, suddenly my wife can rack the slide of my .380 and use the .38 spl revolver in double action mode. I used a few drops on the slide rails and my Sig 1911 and Walther PK380 and they are both now smooth as silk. I used the Universal Oil on all the other lube points. I am glad I took a risk to try this stuff out. It was worth it. Its going to last a long time as you only use just a few drops here and there. The smaller bottle will last you quite a while.
- arji, TX
What a difference!!!
I have a Norinco 1911A1 that was a bit rough mechanically, not at all smooth. I tried Hoppes Oil, Breakfree CLP etc. Nothing really helped. One application of this grease and my 1911 feels as smooth as butter. I tried it on my Makarov, same result - pure perfection. I even put it on an old Charter Arms .357 and it smoothed out the action to the point that I dont think I need a trigger job any more.
This stuff is magic. I wish the 4 oz would have been available. This plus the new springs from Wilson and the Norinco feels like its brand new.
Worth every penny, thank you!
I used the Wilson Oil as well to get into the tighter spots, great combination.