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Old 07-25-2012, 10:41 AM   #1
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Default Break-Free CLP: Interesting Article

Allot of people here use and recommend Break-Free CLP so tried to find out a little more about it and ran across this article.

http://65.48.65.168/Interviews/breakfree.htm

Great read if you're interested and now I know why so many recommend it!

I just ordered some
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Old 07-25-2012, 10:19 PM   #2
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It is really good stuff. I use it on my AR and Mini as well as the rest of my guns. Maybe that is why my DPMS has never malfunctioned. I was given a bunch of sample packets but will have to buy some soon.
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Breakfree is Great Stuff! Ninja, Thank you for the fine report! I have used it for years! There is one issue however. If it sets for a long period the properties in it will seperate. SO! All you have to do when you pick up the bottle is simply SHAKE IT!
I also like the Mobile One Synthetic Formula that we have posted here before. Great stuff and for the amount it makes for the money it is excellent lubricant and great for the semi auto, auto weapons and other weapons.

Mix:
1 Qt. Mobil One 5W50 Synthetic Motor Oil with
1/2 Qt. Mobil One Synthetic Transmission Fluid
*Makes a whole 1 1/2 Qts. of Fine Weapon Lubricant.
You can put it in small dispensor bottles. I keep my bulk supply in one of those small 2 cycle red plastic gas cans from Wal-Mart and poor it in the small bottles when I need to fill them.
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It is a good idea to shake most liquids before using them to clean your guns. I like CLP and several others, and I have given away 2/3 of my synthetic mix that comes so highly recommended on this site. Everyone loves it and for the cost it is a nice gift to a noob or friend.

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Breakfree is Great Stuff! Ninja, Thank you for the fine report! I have used it for years! There is one issue however. If it sets for a long period the properties in it will seperate. SO! All you have to do when you pick up the bottle is simply SHAKE IT!
I also like the Mobile One Synthetic Formula that we have posted here before. Great stuff and for the amount it makes for the money it is excellent lubricant and great for the semi auto, auto weapons and other weapons.

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1 Qt. Mobil One 5W50 Synthetic Motor Oil with
1/2 Qt. Mobil One Synthetic Transmission Fluid
*Makes a whole 1 1/2 Qts. of Fine Weapon Lubricant.
You can put it in small dispensor bottles. I keep my bulk supply in one of those small 2 cycle red plastic gas cans from Wal-Mart and poor it in the small bottles when I need to fill them.
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Thanks for the suggestions and yeah I've heard the Mobil One Synthetic thing mentioned here allot. Something I'll also try!

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Can one pick up beakfree clp at their lgs?
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Ninja,

We have used it at the carbine schools for over 10 years. So it has stood up to the test.
Works real well and like I said to buy a whole quart and a half of good lube in smaller bottles would cost significantly more!
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Can one pick up beakfree clp at their lgs?
It is available at Walmart believe it or not. I have been using it since I got out of the army in 1986
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I'm going to go pick some up tonight and give it a try. Put 600 rounds through my ar this afternoon and it is in need of a serious cleaning.
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Can one pick up beakfree clp at their lgs?
Yes everything from .5 oz to 4.0 oz squeeze bottles to spray cans. I have a few Gallon Jugs and quart pump spray bottles.
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