If you are looking for the best lubes, solvents or techniques to clean your gun, this is the best place to start. Â Here at GunsHolstersAndGear.com we shoot a lot of firearms, and all of that blasting requires a considerable amount of scrubbing. Â No one wants to waste time with an ineffective cleaner: Â not us and not you. Â So here are a few reviews of cleaning products we have tested.
American Gun Oil Evaluation – We take a look at this lube that is dressed in red, white and blue. Â But, is it a hard-working oil like the labor force of old, or is it weak and thin like the modern work force fielded by today’s America? Â We take a close look at this oil and let you know if it is better for your guns or popcorn.
Break Free Bore Cleaning Foam Evaluation – The name Break Free is recognized by many in the firearms industry. Â But few know about their bore cleaning foam. Â This pressurized canister allows a shooter to fill a pistol or rifle bore with a mild solvent. Â How well does it work? Â Read the article, but I do like the stuff.
Gunslick Snap-n-Pull Shotgun Cleaning Kit – I don’t know about you, but I’m always looking for a lightweight, compact kit I can carry into the field to give my gun a quick clean if its been dropped in the mud or fired a few times. Â If home is a long way off, having a great kit like this might save you some scrubbing later.
J Dewey AR-15 Field Cleaning Kit – One of the premier names in the firearms scrubbing business is J Dewey. Â This is a top notch kit for keeping your rifle or carbine clean. Â You will be exceptionally happy with this one, but you better read the article for the full information.
RAND CLP Review – Sometimes you come across a product that makes some pretty bold claims, and no matter how hard you try to disprove them, they deliver. Â That is how the RAND CLP is – a great performer for cleaning, lubrication and corrosion protection. Â This is one of my favorite CLPs.
Remington Squeeg-E Cleaning Kit – Without a doubt, Remington threw everything they could think of into this “ultimate” kit. Â Read Aaron’s review of this piece of cleaning kit. Â If you need only one package to service a lot of different guns, you might want this one.
Gun oils are a difficult thing to quantify. Â Some are petroleum-based, while others are “green lubes.” Â Some stink, while others have a fresh, almost minty smell. Â But, how do you tell which is the best?
Finding the best gun oil can be tough. Â Some gun oils are designed for lubrication and metal protection only. Â Others are designed to offer a bit of cleaning too. Â A CLP-style oil is so named because it cleans, lubricates and protects. Â Generally, I have found the CLPs can do a good job on each aspect of their intended purpose. Â However, they may not do a superior job at any one thing.
There are a lot of different lubricants out there. Â We will continue to evaluate them as we can and add them to the list.
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