Choke tube Anti Seize?

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What's everyone using? I have been using the Briley lube/anti seize, but I don't really care for it and am looking for something better?
 

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I shoot a good deal of trap and it's been my experience that the choke tube wants to stick if using only oil. Oil would likely work fine if you don't put many rounds through the gun.
 
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Perhaps a little dab of spark plug anti seize?? That has to put up with a lot of heat, so it should not cake up.
 

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You know I have been thinking of using automotive anti seize, I may just give it a try. You don't think it will hurt the bluing?
 
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 Originally Posted By: TurboLuver
You don't think it will hurt the bluing?
I do not know for sure, but I could not see how.
 
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In my Browning Citori's and my K-80 with Briley tubes, I have been using Shooters Choice syn grease on the chokes with no problems. The tubes don't get cleaned as often as they should, but the chokes always come out easily. I do, however use Krieghoff Gun Glide for the hinge pins and the side of the ejectors.
 
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