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Old 05-22-2012, 12:14 AM   #21
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But seeing how IM also a shooter for those who insist on using motor oil try cutting it with prolong
1 it will help thin the mix 80-20 should work
2 the prolong will help the oil bond to metal with out gumming up
3 reduces temperature
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Old 05-22-2012, 02:25 PM   #22
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I have always used the military gun oil, got a couple of gallons of the stuff some years back , so this was never a question... but if I remeber my basic training (many moons ago) we where told motor oil would work in a pinch...
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I have always used the military gun oil, got a couple of gallons of the stuff some years back , so this was never a question... but if I remeber my basic training (many moons ago) we where told motor oil would work in a pinch...
My sniper instructor said one
" i don't care if you use sun screen as long as you use something "
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If I ever let my barrel get cherry red in a match I'm doing something wrong. I also try to dry my bore of protective oil prior to shooting. I don't rely on a lube to add velocity to my rounds. I figure if my bullets fit my bore properly most residual oil should be gone in a shot or two. This is why we fire some "fouling shots" prior to shooting for record in matches.

I've run lots of oils in my rifles. CLP, Marvel Mystery Oil, Mobile one, Penzoil, Tetra Gun, Hoppes, Rem-Oil, Gorilla Gun, etc. I've run grease on my Sig and M1A. Unles I was runnig a carbine course or full auto I don't think I'm going to encounter temps that are going to be that much of a problem.

I guess Royal Purple would be a decent product to try out as well.

Do you have chronograph data compiled and listed anywhere we can review it for comparison? With environmental and load data as well, if you could provide it, would be useful.
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Another magic snake oil seller. Gotta love it.

At least its not as BS filled as froglube.
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Another magic snake oil seller. Gotta love it.

At least its not as BS filled as froglube.
I don't find it to be snake oil at all
Everyone has an opinion mine is that this is the best
And yes even after fouling shot
The metal surface is still slippery
Kinda like having every part micro slicked
The times I've screen barrels get hot enough to turn red was while i was in Iraq and Afghanistan
But competition guns may not ever got that hot we can all agree they do get "hot"
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Still curious about chronograph comparison data.

Any info on reduction of bore fouling or copper build up? Done any after shooting comparison using that oil versus other oils on clean up time or number of patches used? It could be a selling point if you could provide such data.
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Doc almost none i sent my corno listing and that days brass to my barrel maker to get pressure readings as soon as i get it back
Day or two ill post my before after velocity
As far as a AR type rifle after shooting a string of 20 of my long distance handloads its kind something to grab the barrel and not burn your hand
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Hand loads for my 223 80grain amax loads using 23.0g of ramshot tax were very consistent @2750
The deviation was only around 20fps that string
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