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Old 10-08-2010, 02:01 PM   #11
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I have used the Fluid Film on my gun and it seems to be fine. I am very new to guns so I don't have much experience with different products to clean, lube and protect my gun.

But I found an old dog leash in garage that I thought I could still use. The clip was corroded and I couldn't get it open. I sprayed a little Fluid Film on it and waited about a half hour. The clip on the leash was loosened and fully functional. I was quite impressed.
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M14, you can get that stuff in 5 gallon buckets according to their website. I just wish I could find a dealer close by, all of them are over an hour away.
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I got a sample the other day and working on setting up a test piece for doing some experimenting this weekend. If all goes well, I may need to get one of those 5 gallon buckets to put on my machine tables & bed ways. Yes?
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A very direct Fliud Film feedback post.

Got it.
Used it.
Applied it.
Heat tested and worked it.
Jack was very impressed by it.
Firearms functioned flawlessly with it.
Will definitely be getting some more of it.

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M14, you can get that stuff in 5 gallon buckets according to their website. I just wish I could find a dealer close by, all of them are over an hour away.
Shoot, I just saw that you can get a 55 gal drum of the stuff, holf cow!

I checked out the website (I gotta try this stuff) I guess its available in the ski and snowboard stores here. it seems like the possibilities are endless with this stuff.
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Because of the lack of solvents it can be used almost anywhere. Plus its classified as non-toxic and non-hazardous so it's safer than most of the competitive products that don't work worth a sh*+ anyway.
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Dano - What would you conservatively recommend for our members, in terms of size of container, to keep their weapons treated and have some left over for other applications?

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Here's another thumbs up. Scubie used it on his lever action shotgun, said it improved the action.
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I would recommend a standard 11 3/4 oz aerosol can. With Fluid Film a little goes a long way. You don't need to saturate anything with the product. Usually, a good misting is all that is necessary to get the job done.
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I would recommend a standard 11 3/4 oz aerosol can. With Fluid Film a little goes a long way. You don't need to saturate anything with the product. Usually, a good misting is all that is necessary to get the job done.
Nice. Do you recommend the NS or the AS formula? I went to one of the websites and got confused as to what I was ordering.

Where do you recommend we purchase from?
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Nice. Do you recommend the NS or the AS formula? I went to one of the websites and got confused as to what I was ordering.

Where do you recommend we purchase from?
I'd stick with the AS. The easiest way to find your closest dealer is through our website at Fluid Film® | Corrosion Preventative, Lubricant and Rust Inhibitor. Just click on Purchase to access our dealer locator or find an online dealer.
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