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Cleaning solution and lube for a S&W 442

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    Another Gunzilla user here.
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    WOW! Looks like Gunzilla is popular here. So it's a lube as well so no oil rquired for my S&W 442? Also, will it hurt the finish if I use it to wipe it down with it?

    Thanks for y'alls feedback!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JkCrawler View Post
    WOW! Looks like Gunzilla is popular here. So it's a lube as well so no oil rquired for my S&W 442? Also, will it hurt the finish if I use it to wipe it down with it?

    Thanks for y'alls feedback!
    Gunzilla is popular and for good reason. I'll buck the trend a bit though and rate Ballistol a bit higher for lubrication and just as high for cleaning while being less expensive. As I posted upthread, I have used them both and am sticking with Ballistol. Neither Ballistol nor Gunzilla will hurt the finish on your revolver. Both products are safe and pleasant to use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wmhawth View Post
    Gunzilla is popular and for good reason. I'll buck the trend a bit though and rate Ballistol a bit higher for lubrication and just as high for cleaning while being less expensive. As I posted upthread, I have used them both and am sticking with Ballistol. Neither Ballistol nor Gunzilla will hurt the finish on your revolver. Both products are safe and pleasant to use.
    Wondering if Gunzilla is only available online? Can't seem to find it at any of the gun shops near me.

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