I bought a used sig 229 the other day after starting to clean it I sprayed gunzilla on it,I noticed a bucha gummy crap starting to come off it and making my hands sticky,apparently they had sprayed some cosmolene on the gun to preserve it and Gunzilla took it off,I need to buy some more one spray bottle lasted me over a year and I shoot weekly several different firearms,but only clean my CCWs religiously
I don't remember if I posted anywhere within these198 posts about Gunzilla, but I sure wish I would have had this when I was a Navy SeaBee. It would have made gun cleaning a whole lot easier!
I too have tried so many gun cleaning products claiming to be all that and a bag of crack. Mostly all I got was crack. This is by far the best product I have ever used. I second the motion to send some of this to our troops. The difference it made on my Taurus PT145 is remarkable. It is SO much smoother. I have used it alone, with the dry lubricating properties it provides and with oil and I can honestly say that adding any lube after using it is superfluous. Gunzilla imparts a dry film that doesn't attract/hold dirt, lint etc like oil does. This to me is all the reason I use it. With my Taurus being my DC I don't want it picking up dust, dirt whatever if I am working outside and with the incredible slipperiness of Gunzilla, even after being wiped down, I am sold 100%. Also, I don't have to worry about it damaging the finish on any of my rifles, shotgun etc. I am no longer wondering what chemicals I am absorbing through my skin and I needn't worry about toxic fumes for myself or my family.
I will never use another product, period.
I was a little worried after only using Gunzilla as the lube, but my fears went away yesterday after a range trip with my Kahr PM9 and P380. So after shooting about 300 rounds, I was ready for a cleaning session.
I have NEVER had such an easy experience cleaning the guns. The barrels were coming clean after 3 or 4 passes with cleaning cloths. It usually took me at least 6 or 7 passes with Hoppes. I have 2 co-workers who also have their CCW and are in the process of buying new guns. Gunzilla will be my highest recommendation. If they don't want it, they're welcome to a few bottles of my Hoppes. :)
I really appreciate the comments. PLease be patient with me on orders I'm getting them out as fast as I can.
BTW I recently received my 1000th order since becoming a sponsor here and starting the thread. This is a great group of Gunners and I appreciate the support as does Don Kettles the owner.
So there may be 195+ posts who agree, but there are now thousands of Gunzilla users out there and to date I have only had one person in all my travels who didn't like Gunzilla..But I think he worked for another gun cleaner company who shall remain nameless..
Here's another question. Is there a "shelf life" to Gunzilla when applied to guns? I have a few guns that just sit in the safe and have been for a few years. I usually just take them out once a year and break them down and check them.
First off, big shout out to Ram Rod!! He set me up with a sample of this stuff. So I just want to publicly thank him for that!!
Now, I was a bit skeptical about the reviews here. Not anymore!! This stuff does EVERYTHING the previous posters have stated and more. If it could cook and clean I think my wife would have to find somewhere else to live!! LOL!! Ok I kid. But this stuff is amazing. I went to the range last Friday and I used another product to clean gun, it worked better than hoppes. I thought it was clean. But I told Ram Rod I would use gunzilla and post my take on the product. Well, gunzilla found the gunk the other product left behind AND the smell is better than both hoppes and the other product. My wife didn't even know I cleaned my gun!:danceban: Plus I like the fact there are no harsh chemicals!! Au natural!!!
Tap Rack, GREAT JOB!!!!! I'll be sending an order your way as soon as I get low on my supply.
Actually, Im not in marketing...I am a police officer..I met Don Kettles the inventor of Gunzilla at the World SWAT challenge a couple of years ago. I was so impressed with the product, I built a website and became a dealer on the side. I was impressed with this forum and decieded to take my chances.Quote:
Ahh yes that would be the rule of 250 in effect. Since you are in marketing I'm sure know what that rule is
After several months of using this for cleaning, I notice the way it seems to protect a muzzleloader I have sitting out on display (open air, not in a dry safe). I used to oil the gun periodically, but now just run a dry cloth to check for dirt or rust. Gunzilla is keeping it a little less dusty (than oil did) and still no rust.
How hard would it be to get our gun club store as a retail location? Whom should we contact?
Gunzilla in non-ionic, it doesn't attract dust like oils..Quote:
Gunzilla is keeping it a little less dusty (than oil did) and still no rust.
I sent you a PM Ram Rod. If you didn't get email me at email@example.com.
All you need to do to become a dealer is contact Don Kettles at ww.topduckproducts.com. He'll line you out.