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Discussion in 'Cleaning and Maintenance' started by LikeABoss, Jul 24, 2012.
Hoppes #9 and Mobile 1
+1. I use those.. always.
Frog Lube CLP
CLP, Gun Scrubber, and copper lube (aka) glock stock grease for long term storage only!
Ballistol. All you need.
Kano Kroil! simply one of the best there is, IMO.
I like Birchwood Caset Gun Scrubber to clean/degrease and either Rem Oil or Mobile 1 to lube.
If I have shot a lot of handloads and my gun is overly dirty I will soak the barrel, spring and slide overnight in Mineral Spirits.
I like Hoppes #9 too. Is it just me or does anyone else think it smells like Banana Liquer?
Hoppes #9 for cleaning, G96 for lube. They need to make cologne.
Transmission fluid I alway wipe my guns with this,also I like Ballistol and on my lever gun I use a little bit of wheel bearing grease.
for lube try Amzoil MP. It's really slick stuff.
I just change over to m pro7 product and wellllll worth it if u do more thn indoor range shooting
Butch's Bore Shine for the barrel, Tetra Gun grease on slides and Hoppe's gun oil on evrything else.
I don't know if you've ever heard of ballistol but it works great.
Anyone ever use gunbutter? Or any kind of graphite based anything? Graphite powder, spray, whatever is super slick and just gets slicker the more it slides. Never used it on a gun tho.
Marvel Mystery Oil will keep you runnin wet! buy a gallon, and a lil dripper, squeeze bottle, fill it up, and carry it in your bag.
The US Military has been using CLP Since 'nam.
If you put your weapon thru more than they do, find something else.
USACIDC DST FT. Carson Co.
Yup, CLP, we used to get it in the gallon containers! Each of the Gun Ships that carried 50 Cals had at least a gallon, pour it in and fire away. We found out it didnt work so well on the MK 19's, Fire, Jam, jam, fire....
I'd be surprised in this day and age of advanced polymers and ways to synthetically enhance petroleum products if all of these products weren't very similar in function. Does anyone have an experience that showed a product to be superior to others? How about a modern product that failed at a critical moment? It would be nice to know how well a product can be trusted and which is the best and worst.
Ballistol cleaner is what I use