Gunzilla vs. Weaponshield

Gunzilla vs. Weaponshield

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    Gunzilla vs. Weaponshield

    I have used the search and read through the entire Gunzilla Forum.
    I am looking for a up to date comparison of the two.
    I use Gunzilla and love it. But I have read post about their MSDS being incomplete.
    I'm wondering if it is really as safe as they claim it to be.
    If so why won't they produce a complete MSDS like weaponshield does?

    Also looking for the Pros and Cons of both.
    I was thinking of using an additional lube ( gun butter ) with either. But I'm wondering if the cleaning agents in both products will break down the additional lube.


    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    What exactly do you find missing on their MSDS? All the important stuff is there - health effects, first aid, flash point, etc. Do you think that stating "proprietary ingredients" means it's incomplete? Coca-Cola could be accused of the same thing!
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    I think pretty much everybody that tries Gunzilla has been very happy with it as far as results are concerned.
    I don't believe there has ever been a side by size comparison between the two lubricants on DefensiveCarry.
    I use WeaponShield exclusively and I have been extremely pleased with it ever since day one.
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    I've used Gunzilla for a while and it does a good job, but no better than anything else in my opinion. A can of 3-in-1 oil works as well as anything as a gun lube. I've also tried Froglube that my son gave me. It does smell nice, but it makes the recoil spring assembly so darn slick on my 6906 that I have to hold it in place during assembly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gasmitty View Post
    What exactly do you find missing on their MSDS? All the important stuff is there - health effects, first aid, flash point, etc. Do you think that stating "proprietary ingredients" means it's incomplete? Coca-Cola could be accused of the same thing!
    I have read pages of people questioning the safety of it. Or the fact it is all natural.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    I think pretty much everybody that tries Gunzilla has been very happy with it as far as results are concerned.
    I don't believe there has ever been a side by size comparison between the two lubricants on DefensiveCarry.
    I use WeaponShield exclusively and I have been extremely pleased with it ever since day one.
    Can you use an additional lube or will the cleaning properties in both break down the additional lube?

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    I have used Jardine's Extreme in combination with WeaponShield without a problem but, later decided that it just was not necessary and that was the reason that I stopped using Jardine's on my rails.

    As stated above - now I am only using WeaponShield. As far as using any two differing lubricants (combined) I think you will just need to do your own testing.

    Possibly you will invent something new and better.
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    Thank you both. Your response is appreciated.

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