View Full Version : Is Seal 1 the same as Froglube???

02-19-2012, 8:42 AM
Is Seal 1 the same as Froglube???

02-19-2012, 9:14 AM
It looks like both Froglube and Seal 1 are simply re-packaging track-lube:


02-19-2012, 10:51 AM
and the froglube pusher who posts here responded that froglube is "modified track lube".

I don't remember if that post was before or after the froglube origin story where some yahoo's found a pile of the $h1t in a civil war cannon in someone's barn.

More nosense and no-sense with lubricants here than anywhere else i've seen.



02-19-2012, 11:17 AM


08-01-2013, 9:23 AM
Now I get into the stories I have found on how CAPT Larry Lasky, US Navy SEAL (ret) invented Frog Lube. On the Frog Lube page he tells us that the “product was developed by San Diego-based Audemous, Inc” ( http://www.froglube.com/about_us.htm ) and the conditions that drove Larry to invent the bio based product Frog Lube “CAPT Lasky’s experiences involved shooting or deploying troops who shot hundreds of thousands of rounds in every conceivable extreme environmental and tactical condition. In his experience, stoppages, missfeeds, fouling-caused malfunctions occur way too frequently and an area often overlooked became the source of his quest to develop FrogLube.”
Ok that sounds legit but on www.utvtactical.com a quote from one of their dealers said “I never said Lasky invented FrogLube. It was found in a Civil War cannon by a bunch of black powder shooters who happened to be engineers and mechanics at Hershey Amusement Park in PA. They sent it to a scientist in Maine that was able to recreate it and it has been on the market for the last 8 years as Track Lube, used in the amusement park industry.” So he found it in an old cannon and someone in Maine reversed engineered it? Who is in Maine that knows the original product? Scott Lee? Who invented Track Lube? Scott Lee!

This is a quote from an atricle I found at