MPro 7 Products


January 15, 2003, 12:49 AM
I never used their products other than the regular cleaner.

How is the quality of their bore cleaner, brushes, lubes, etc. etc. etc.?

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January 15, 2003, 11:29 AM
I have the Mpro7 Gun Cleaner and it works very well. Give it 15 seconds to loosen up the gunk and everything comes off. As a bore cleaner it's excellent. The bore comes clean in two or three passes and it pulls out stuff I didn't know was in there.

January 15, 2003, 05:41 PM
Bore (gel) cleaner is great for fouling and lead: IMO, better than Hoppe's, Butch's and Shooter's Choice.

Doesn't do anything for copper though.

January 16, 2003, 06:29 PM
have you compared it to hoppes? i'd like something that doesn't stink. but i have a hard time beleiving something that isn't toxic or smells to high heaven actually works.:scrutiny:

January 17, 2003, 02:36 PM

"Originally developed to clean the $28 million dollar F-16 for the U.S. Air Force, MPro7 Gun Cleaner’s special blend of chelating agents, corrosion inhibitors and surfactants in a non-toxic solvent base are actually able to safely penetrate into the pores of metal. MPro7 is the most safe and effective way to clean carbon, oil and grease available in the world. This technology has never before been available to the public, until now. The cleaning result is a bare metal surface that is completely devoid of all contaminants. The firearm will be cleaner than when shipped from the factory. In addition, MPro7 Gun Cleaner is safe to use on all rifles, handguns, shotguns, machine guns, grenade launchers, artillery pieces, cannon, black powder, corrosive priming deposits, stainless, blued & nickel finishes, titanium, Polycarbonate plastics (e.g. Smith & Wesson’s SIGMA®, Glock®, Heckler & Koch® frames), rubber, nylon, varnished and urethane woods."

"On May 1, 1998 the Boeing Company announced that MPro7 Gun Cleaner has been approved for use on all the weaponry on the Apache Longbow Helicopter including the M230 30mm Chain Gun."

edited to add:

I didn't answer the original question. The Bore Gel doesn't run off as fast as the liquid in the spray bottle. Otherwise they're the same. I have both. The free oil sample they sent is good oil.

I don't know about any of their other stuff.

In a word, MPro7 is...soap. But it's very, very, very fancy hi-tech soap and I like it. Just follow the directions and have some copper cleaner around if you shoot high speed jacketed stuff.

And have some hand lotion around too. It takes ALL the natural oil out of your skin.


January 17, 2003, 03:18 PM
this stuff sounds great! i just ordered a bottle. it'll be nice to clean my arms without being fumigated.:D

i will always have a bottle of hoppes #9 around though. sentimental reasons, many a fond memory growing up, first hunting trips with dad. hunting with my friends when i got older.:)

January 17, 2003, 03:21 PM
The stuff works great & to top it off, NO SMELL!!

January 20, 2003, 11:13 AM
Another vote for MPro7, I have gone through a few bottles of the gel bore cleaner and am very satisfied with it. I like the gel, and it seems that everytime I clean, the lead comes out easier the next time.

January 21, 2003, 08:30 PM
Another vote for MP-7. I live in an apartment in Philadelphia so I can't go out on the porch and clean my guns like in the old days. It's basically odorless so it works well for people in similar situations.


January 21, 2003, 08:32 PM
in an apt too and the lack of smell is a big plus. just got my bottle today.

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