Ok so I've been messing w the frog Lube. First I just put it on cold, then I read it was recommend to add it to hot-ish temps (200* f or so). So I went back and re-did it that way. Then I read that it's known to gum up if the weapon sits idle awhile. So I take a look at my handgun and I realize that it is still a little damp even after rubbing it off and drying over night. So I decided to pop the pieces of my .40 back in the oven. When they came out the areas that were previously dry were now wet. So I wiped and put them back in. I did that a few times until it came out dry. This time I was only baking them at 180* for 8 minutes. Anywho it's no longer wet, but the surfaces are still slick. I hope I didn't get the okie-doke. But I think it'll probably work out fine. I didn't mess with the Maverick again though. It felt pretty dry and I can't imagine it gumming up so bad that it wouldn't eject a shell from a pump action.