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    Gunslick, How many of you guys use it? Brownie of (Threat Focused Training systems) told me about it. Works pretty good. I had a new tight Firearm. After working Gunslick in and racking the slide a bit. Hugh difference!!!

    Thanks Brownie, Gunslick works great!!!

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    I only use their foaming bore cleaner for when I've been shooting lead.

    Other than that I always use Weaponshield
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    tried the gunslick foam bore cleaner--it did almost nothing to clean the bore.

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    Fun Gun Oil test

    Check out this Gun oil test a friend and I performed and reported on.

    Did this just for fun. Gunslick and Outer performed the best.

    I'm not sure about lubricity, but these test show which oil protects my guns best from corrosion.

    test 1:
    Minnesota Carry Forum • View topic - Fun Gun Oil test I

    test 2:
    Minnesota Carry Forum • View topic - Fun Gun Oil test II...RESULTS IN

    I am not affiliated with any gun oil company, I just wanted to see which oil protected the best against corrosion.

    Good luck!

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    You'd forget all about the other stuff if you used Gunzilla.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Glock View Post
    tried the gunslick foam bore cleaner--it did almost nothing to clean the bore.
    it does eat away the built up stuff. Needs to sit 20minutes. Then run a brush through.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram Rod View Post
    You'd forget all about the other stuff if you used Gunzilla.
    Are they a subsidiary of Glock or something?
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    I like Gunslick and use it. works well and ive used it for years(1980's)

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    I use Gunslick Foam Bore Cleaner on my longarms, Gunzilla on the rest.
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    Gunslick is a lubricant only. Gunzilla is a CLP

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    +1 Weaponshield
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pure Kustom View Post
    After working Gunslick in and racking the slide a bit. Hugh difference!!!
    What Gunslick product did you use?

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    I just realized how many products for firearm lube and cleaning there really is. I guess you just gotta pick something and use it.
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    SLiP2000™ Gun Lubricants and Cleaners

    I have developed a strong dislike of "does everything" gun products and those that use hazardous materials as a base.

    Plus, just about all the guys I listen go to for gun advice have migrated to Slip 2000 products.

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