4 Responses to Lubing a 1911 With Wilson Combat Ultima-Lube II
  1. David Stoeppelwerth November 26, 2010 at 5:39 pm

    Ultima-Lube Review
    Wilson Combat hit another home run with this product. I field stripped my CQB Elite and cleaned thourly the dirts parts. I reassembled the slide and true to the exact Wilson fit, the slide was tight and smoothly operated. I then removed the slide and put a very small amount of Ultima Lube on the rail, barrel bushing and noticed that the Ultima Lube dd not run. It has a slightly reddish cast and with a careful initial cut of the tip, I was able to apply the lube exactly where it was needed. The slide was reassembled and operated in a very silky feel…..Wow and I did not have the slight leakage that I get with other oils. The oil stayed where I put it and was very easy to apply. This will be my only oil that I will use from here on. Easy to apply and mkes the metal to metal very smooth. I applied this oil in Indiana where unfortunately it was in the low 30′s. Very smooth! Great Job Wilson….again!

  2. Leonard Neff of Dragon Arms March 29, 2011 at 10:24 am

    Wilson Ultima II is the main lube that I recommend as a gun smith and shop owner. It is all i beleive in using because it stays where U put it on on your weapon. No worry about oil running off in your fun case even in a heated vehicle.

  3. Michael Bissett January 4, 2012 at 10:11 pm

    I recently found your website and I plan on ordering Wilson Combat products. While reviewing certain videos, I found one that showed how to oil/grease three different 1911s. This was very informative for me; however, I went back to the website to review this process and could not find it. Can you help me locate it? I plan to place my order for oil and grease this week to be used on my 1911 and AR15.

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