And yes, I remembered all the parts this time, thank you for asking.
This morning, between various first-of-the-month stuff, I made it back to the range for a more proper test. In this case, using two testbeds:
The .22 conversion for the 1911, and
The Hi Standard Sport King.
These are the same primary guns I used to test the Lubriplate SFL-0 grease, so what better for this? Both were cleaned and degreased on all bearing surfaces, then lubed with Mr. C's Lube. To be specific: put a drop at the start of each frame rail and on the slide surfaces where the hammer and disconnector bear, then work the slide back & forth a few times to distribute the lube. On the conversion the surfaces at the front and rear of the barrel where it bears on the slide were wiped with a light coat, then worked back & forth in the slide a few times.
I'll note that, before firing, just working the slides felt very slick and smooth.
I started with the conversion and the Federal bulk-pack that- before the SFL-0- gave a number of failures to fully cycle in both guns. Put between 120 and 140 rounds through it with a grand total of ONE shot- the very first- that failed to cycle the slide fully. Not a single failure after that.
On to the Sport King. ONE failure to fully cycle, and that was it*.
I'm impressed. This lube seems to slick things up just as well as the Lubriplate, and that's saying something. Time will tell if it sticks on the rails well; as far as 'put it on the gun and go shooting' this stuff is slippery as Hillary Clinton asked about Gunwalker(but in a much more user-friendly way).
Added: here's where he sells the stuff
*In the interest of total disclosure, had a couple of FTF problems; however, those were from a mag that sometimes gives this problem, so no downcheck on the lube.