Takeem406 wrote:So the liquid might be the better way to go? Seems like it's an all in one cleaner and lubricant?
I like the idea of it being non toxic. My Maxus has that Duracoat that can be destroyed by harsher products.
I guess the stuff isn't any cheaper than One Shot by any means.
I've heard all the great reviews but just recently we finally got some at a local store.
I know the one shot wears off after about a box of shells, I usually clean my gun then but sometimes I'm lazy.
Well if it's keeping your SBE2 working, then it should be magical in my gas gun.
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wanapasaki wrote:I hunted -9 F this weekend. Held up ok, but bolt didn't shut completely a couple of times...
MSparks909 wrote:To those using FL: Are you heating up the components before you apply the FL or just wiping it on? Notice any difference in performance in just wiping it on vs. heating the components?
To those that aren't afraid of spending $15 on some of the best gun oil you can buy I recommend FireCLEAN. Stuff is amazing. I'm a convert now. Use it on everything from my pistols, revolvers, AR and .22s. Super lubricant and the carbon wipes right off. Biodegradable and no odor/non-toxic. Thinner than FL.
MSparks909 wrote:I got mine off Amazon. Hard to find in my local gun shops. I was gonna try some FL but I read a bunch of comparisons between FC & FL and decided to give FC a try. From those who have used both it cleans up a little easier than FL and can be applied without heat. I used it on my AR15 and put ~400 rounds through it and cleaned it with one piece of paper towel without having to apply any additional FC to clean. Cleaning my A400 is the same. 1 paper towel and the gun is clean. I usually don't go for the "gun lube of the week" and have used everything from Breakfree CLP to Mobil 1 on my guns but FC really hit the ball out of the park.
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