I decided to go with the Militec-1 over FP-10. All of the reviews I mulled over rate these two as superb, but the FP-10 can actually cause muzzle velocity increases if used in the barrel. The way they explained it was that the bullet actually leaves the barrel sooner in the start of the muzzle flip, due to the much higher viscosity, causing you to shoot a little low. It's not a big deal, unless you have fixed sights, that already are on target, and I do. Also the Militec-1 is easier to find in my neck of the woods.
Now Militec-1 is not an oil, but a treatment for metal, that is actually designed to work with oil, without affecting the viscosity of the oil in any way, it just uses it as a catalist to get to the metal. You can put this stuff in any engine to extend its life, they even market it for that. I bought mine from a Motorcycle store..... Its the same stuff.
So I'll treat the metal with the Militec-1, and use a light oil with it, being sure to use only oil on the inner barrel. The Militec-1 doesn't claim to improve muzzle velocity, causing low shot groups, like the reviewer said about the FP-10, but they both claim to work the same way, doing the same thing...absorbing into the metal pores and such, so I'm not going to take the chance. My oil of choice is going to be RemOil, it's nice and light.
So I'll lube the rails, Slide, locking block, SRM,(Top and Bottom) locking lugs, inner slide area, outer barrel, Spring Assy and Extractor with Militec-1, and then after the metal has absorbed it all, and appears dry, Re-lube them all with a light coating of RemOil, wipe off excess. Then apply RemOil to the insdide of the barrel. (No low groups for me, lol)
Am I going over board with this concept?