This is a discussion on Gunzilla Question within the Firearm Cleaning & Maintenance forums, part of the General Firearm Discussion category; Originally Posted by SIGP250 That is a good sign. The fact is, all solvents contain some volatile organic compounds (VOC). Man made or not they ...
That would be fine as long as it's a Glock !
Got a question on the Gunzilla line ? Getting ready to order the BC-10, should I order the "Copperzilla" also or will the BC-10 suffice in cleaning my handguns/rifles ? Thanks
"Gunzilla removes rust, lead, copper, plastic, carbon and even cleans corrosive ammo. It performs this quickly with a natural-base chemical which is faster, more effective, and safer than water based formulas or petroleum based solvents.''
No free man shall ever be debarred the use of arms.” -- Thomas Jefferson
I'm sitting here reeking of Gunzilla as I type this.
There was a time that I was really missing the smell of Hoppes, but now I'm equating the much milder smell of Gunzilla with the knowledge of clean and well-maintained firearms.
This is my idea of cologne.
'Clinging to my guns and religion
Haven't used it; addicted to Hoppes.
Someone posted that it contains cactus juice. If true, there is certainly a chance you are one of the unlucky ones allergic to the plant material---however minute-- that is still in there.