I'm not one to give a hard-sell on anything, but our smoke factor is very low, and the lube works virtually the same from -10 degrees f. to 110 degrees f. I actually shut down our entire operation two years ago from 19 december until 22 February because of lube issues, and the time spent evaluating commercial lubes, and ultimately working with developing the lube we currently have. If there was anything out there that delivered the kind of performance we're getting now, I surely would have used it instead of going through the "lets reinvent the wheel program"!!!
All that aside, the Orange Magic is good lube, as you've already found. If it's working for your applications, then by all means use it! Too, Veral Smith's lube is once again available from LBT, and it was what we used here for years. It simply wasn't available when we went through our lube woes here. When Veral went to the penstripe hotel, I had about a year's worth of LBT Blue on hand here, then we went with Thompson Blue Angel, but it failed miserably in the frigid temps of the cold winter of 2001, and was actually becoming powdered granules in the bottoms of our bullet boxes when the bullets arrived to our customers after being shipped in that unseasonably cold winter. Consequently we shut everything down and re-evaluated lubes.... even lubes from Sweden and one from Denmark. I can tell you, categorically, we've tested EVERY COMMERCIAL LUBE manufactured today!
Wow, time for me to stop, and get off a soap-box...just a painful, costly memory of rabbit trails testing crayola-type lubes all winter!