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    Well that was not a good idea .....

    I love Gunzilla, it works great. And the little bottles that come with the eye-dropper built into the cap are great - you just unscrew it to open it up, and you have a built in dropper.

    So I was cleaning away the other night, cleaning a H&R Arms Sportsman 999 .22 revolover, and dropping a few bits of Gunzilla here and there, when I took the cap off so I could dip my brush into the cleaning solution to dampen the brush.

    After a few minutes of brusing and wiping, I saw a spot where I wanted to put a drop of Gunzilla, picked up the bottle, turned it over to squeeze out a drop .... and realized I'd not replaced the cap. Splashed Gunzilla all over the workbench and the gun.

    Just not smart.

    At least I did something that careless with cleaning solution, and not with a round in the chamber.
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    That's a mistake you can live with. At least there are no hazardous chemicals in it.
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    Well, at least no big consequences except money. Spilling even a drop of those expensive gun oils is like spilling liquid gold. I'm extremely careful with my WeaponShield. I spilled a drop the other day, and I'm pretty sure I only saw dollar signs get thrown away.

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    And you felt this post worthy why? I spilled a pepsi last night should I start a thread on that? What about the fact I pooped twice this morning?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaredpotts View Post
    And you felt this post worthy why? I spilled a pepsi last night should I start a thread on that? What about the fact I pooped twice this morning?
    Wow, calm down Jared. You took the time to respond to it so what's your deal?

    I too have had an accidental spill of Hoppes which half of the bottle landed on the carpet, the other half on my dog. He stunk for a while but carried on.

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    I, for one am glad to hear about others doing the same kind of dumb stuff that I have become notorious for! Chill Jared!
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    I like hearing about oppsies as it helps to not do it someday.

    My favorite trick is to shake the orange juice without the top on tight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cammo girl View Post
    I like hearing about oppsies as it helps to not do it someday.

    My favorite trick is to shake the orange juice without the top on tight.
    That reminds me of something I did once. Usually I like to invert the OJ bottle/container before I start shaking it... it brings everything on the bottom up, and vice versa, and I'll keep shaking it by inverting it.

    Someone once said "what happens if the cap isn't on tight?" And sure enough, a few days later, the cap wasn't on tight and...

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    rammerjammer, your dog may have stunk but i bet he could get in and out of the doggie door alot easier
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    The bottle of Gunzilla I bought has the spray nozzle on it. When I need a drop here or there, I unscrew the nozzle and use the little tube that goes down into the bottle as a dropper. Works great. I used to use grease on my rails, but now I clean, dry, and put a small drop of GZ on my rails and let it run down the length of them. Remove any excess and reassemble. Seems to work great. I've noticed since I started using Gunzilla that my semi-autos seem to run smoother. It repels lint too, which is really nice on my S&W 442 that I pocket carry often. I've also noticed that my stainless steel SP101 is a lot easier to clean now that I've been using Gunzilla on it a while. The black around the forcing cone and on the front of the cylinder was almost impossible to remove before...now, it comes off pretty easy. Good stuff for sure!!!


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    Bug; Does the sprayer work okay for you? Mine hangs then sprays a large gob. I finally discovered on of those eyeglass spray bottles that spray a mist. It works really well for Gunzilla. Also have a Visine bottle for large drops and a used Weaponshield needle applicator for finer drops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigmacque View Post
    At least I did something that careless with cleaning solution, and not with a round in the chamber.
    I agree, a mistake with a cleaning solution is FAR better than a mistake with a round in the chamber.
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    Just be glad you didn't spill it in the den like I did once! And yes it was on carpet........:(

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