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Old 05-21-2012, 01:06 AM   #11
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Exactly. My mentor started using it in Vietnam and has never stopped. Ya there's other stuff he uses more often probably but motor oil is still a big one

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That's where my father learned to use it. I always figured since it worked there, under those conditions, it's dam sure good enough for me.
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That's where my father learned to use it. I always figured since it worked there, under those conditions, it's dam sure good enough for me.
Kinda my thought process. My confirmation came in Saskatchewan in Nov when it was -5°f. My rifle never malfunctioned once.....everyone else used rem oil and their rifles hang fired or didn't even snap. If they did it wasn't hard enough to make much of a dent in the primer of the round

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Old 05-21-2012, 01:32 AM   #13
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1 no barrel mfg will tell you its OK to use motor oil in any barrel what so ever and yes they have been using motor oil since the 50's and before but loads have more pressure now then then ESP in ar15 family
2 i have been running Chronograph test for the past year
Check for your self your velocity will drop 2-300 GPS with the same load using any motor oil synthetic or not

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I don't care what mfgs say is ok, i care what the people who use and abuse say is ok, what my personal experience, and the experience of people who have eaten dirt say is ok.

I don't doubt the product you're selling is good, and i'm not in a position to argue or agree with your tests, but i'll stick with the methods that i know work.

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I don't care what mfgs say is ok, i care what the people who use and abuse say is ok, what my personal experience, and the experience of people who have eaten dirt say is ok.

I don't doubt the product you're selling is good, and i'm not in a position to argue or agree with your tests, but i'll stick with the methods that i know work.
It does work well....just not worth its cost to me.

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I don't use Mobil 1 motor oil in my bore.

I blend my own. Cane's "Mobil Mystery", 90% Mobil 1 / 10% Marvel Mystery.
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And yes I do use cane's "Mobil Mystery" in all my bores from .22lr to 11.6332mm.

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Royal Purple is good stuff.

I use Castrol or Mobil 1 full synthetic. One quart mixed with a half quart of synthetic Transmission Fluid.

Been using it for decades with no issues. And I clean oil from the barrel before using the gun. Oil in a chamber is never a good idea.

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Royal Purple is good stuff.

I use Castrol or Mobil 1 full synthetic. One quart mixed with a half quart of synthetic Transmission Fluid.

Been using it for decades with no issues. And I clean oil from the barrel before using the gun. Oil in a chamber is never a good idea.
Me and my mentor remove it too. Then again OP would probably also say that diesel should never be used on the metal parts of a gun either.

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I don't use Mobil 1 motor oil in my bore.

I blend my own. Cane's "Mobil Mystery", 90% Mobil 1 / 10% Marvel Mystery.
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And yes I do use cane's "Mobil Mystery" in all my bores from .22lr to 11.6332mm.
Cane,
I've always mixed mine @ 80/20. Has always worked great for me...

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The OIL IM selling is made by a motor oil company but IT IS NOT motor oil
Its pure gun oil like KG, CLP, MONTANA XTREAM
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