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Gunzilla

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by gunnie61, Feb 7, 2012.

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  1. gunnie61

    gunnie61 Member

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    I was just at a huge sprortsmans show in harrisburg pa.. and there was a vendor selling gunzilla, it is a gun cleaner/lubricant and said to be the cats ass... well i bought a small bottle of it (only $6) just to try it out...i have not used it yet but i was wondering if anyone is here has used it and if it is really as good as they say it is???
     
  2. beatledog7

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    I like it a lot; does everything I used to do with about a dozen other products and is even edible.

    I use it for bores, actions, slides, wood stocks, leather, lubing my press, cleaning dies--just about everything. I have not needed to try it yet on a copper-fouled bore, but it's purported to work on that as well.

    The only thing I haven't used it for is lubing cases, and I'm not saying you should do this, but I just might try it next time I have to size some .223 Rem.
     
  3. drsfmd

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    How many snakes does it take to make a bottle?
     
  4. psyopspec

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    I've been using it for about 5 years. Like it.
     
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