came today... took 12 days...
Well, I've been hearing about this product, so today on my lunch break (which I'm still on, thank God for Aloha Fridays), I e-mailed the company to ask for a free sample. I explained to them that I'm in the military and getting ready for deployment, and also that I would have to test out their product on my personally owned M4 (pretty much done with live fire until deployment).
Under an hour later Mr. Kettles had e-mailed me back asking me for an address to ship the sample to. Even if it takes two weeks to get to my home, I'll still have plenty of time to use it during leave and evaluate it. And then if it is everything that the testimonials on here say, I'll supply at least my whole squad with it for Afghanistan, since it would make us more effective and give us a better chance of survival (Not that the chances of the best squad in my battalion, mine, are low, but I'll take every advantage I can get).
I look forward to trying this product out.
Now that you have some you can order when you are getting low rather that when you run out so the wait (if there is one) won't matter.
I apologize for the wait. I am running out as soon as I get new product in & for some reason its taking almost a week for me to get restocked. I do strive to get the orders out as soon as possible.
I have also been out of town because of work and that doesn't help.
Please try to bear with me & I'll get them to ya.
Again thanks for the support
My box from Gunzilla came yesterday, so it took about 10 days. Either I didn't do a good job on my M-4 before (which I don't believe as all my firearms get a really good cleaning each time I'm back in Ohio), or it does a much better job than the products I was using. A lot of extra crud came out of it. My plan is now to take the M-4 out in the next few days, and shoot a fair number of rounds, to see how it performs as a lubricant, and then give it another Gunzilla cleaning.
The smell is kind of odd.
And for any AD military members who see this, give the stuff a try. E-mail the company and they will send you a free sample to try.
I'll post another report after I shoot in a few days.
That is the most common comment when someone tries gunzilla for the first time.Quote:
Either I didn't do a good job on my M-4 before (which I don't believe as all my firearms get a really good cleaning each time I'm back in Ohio), or it does a much better job than the products I was using. A lot of extra crud came out of it.
Its because Gunzilla actually breaks the bond of carbon and other cleaners just soften carbon requiring it to still be scrapped out.
OK you sold me. Just placed my order.
So, yesterday I made it out with my Bushmaster M-4, to test it out after having used Gunzilla on it once in order to put on a lubricating coat. I only took out 100 rounds of ammo, being a mixture of Silver Bear .223, and Wolf .223 (both filthy ammo). But I have to say, I was impressed. I didn't have a single malfunction from the weapon. And didn't notice the weapon really heating up at all during firing, which I found a little odd, but is definitely good. I was using PMAGs, which I use pretty much exclusively since they are so amazing.
I then took the rifle home and cleaned it again with Gunzilla, using a standard military style cleaning kit. I think I was able to get the gun cleaner, faster than I usually can, but of course, that is kind of subjective.
But basically I am sold on this product. I want to go clean every gun in my safe with it, but won't right now, as I got the free sample to test the product out before my next deployment and not for civilian use. And I will be taking all of it I have with me on deployment to keep my weapons system running better.
Anyone who is interested in this product, I'd suggest giving it a try, its pretty amazing.
Glad to hear your review.....it is pretty amazing stuff.