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Old 08-23-2012, 02:48 AM   #1
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Will hoppes. 9 mess up the blue finish on a gun?



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Old 08-23-2012, 03:48 AM   #2
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No. Stuff has been around since 1903. Want to know what is in it?

30-40 Kerosene
30-40 Ethyl Alcohol
Less than 10 Xylene
Less than 10 Amyl Acetate
Less than 10 Ammonium Hydrochloride
Less than 10 Citronella

Nothing that will hurt bluing.



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I've used it for years and never had a problem.

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Alight Ty very much

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Never. Use it all the time. But since i'm on this thread, i would like to ask a qurstion.
If i soak my suppressor with Hoppes #9 for 24 hours, will it damage my can's finish? Thank you

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Which suppressor?? 22lr?? centerfire??

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9mm. I havent gotten my 5.56 or the 22lr on me yet. So just the non user servicable 9mm. What do u think Jon?

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Is it true that many women use Hoppe's #9 for perfume when they are looking for a real man?

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Is it true that many women use Hoppe's #9 for perfume when they are looking for a real man?
Yep, G96 seals the deal.
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I like CLP, myself. Hoppe's #9 must be removed before oiling with Mobil1, but CLP can pretty much stay on there.



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