Woah! This can be danger zone! Torque specs are given for dry fasteners, not lubed. When engineering, a formula is used to convert torque from dry to wet. Most anti-seize brings torque specs at least 20% lower, down to potentially under half of what the dry spec would be. Torque is used as a proxy for clamping force. Torque is easier to measure than the better proxy (bolt stretch) or best method (directly measuring clamping force). Some anti-seize brands list what the torque reduction should be. See here: Bostik Brochure. Torque reduction values are listed starting on page 3. Interestingly Permatex does not recommend reducing torque values for their Anti-Seize PN: 81343. I use this in gunsmithing all the time. I tend to use aerosol PB Blaster, aerosol Liquid Wrench or whatever I have around for car use though just for ease of application.