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Outers Foul Out is gone

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by caduceus, Aug 6, 2011.

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  1. caduceus

    caduceus Member

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    Yesterday I was informed that due to low sales the Gunslick/Outers Foul Out unit has been discontinued. Also the Foul Out solutions and other related items have been discontinued.
     
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    And who pray told ou this? Unless I hear it from Outer's I won't believe it. The actual unit possibly,but the solutions no way. You've got all the owners of the current Foul Out being left high and dry. And if it were true there be a blurb in at least one of the gun mags reloading section.
     
  3. caduceus

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    The people at Outers told me this.
     
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    Is that the foaming stuff? If so, I get a similar product called Wipe-Out. It's in a red and yellow can. Stuff is amazing.
     
  5. loadedround

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    Redneck: Wrong church! The Outers Wipe Out was a electronic device whereas a metal rod would be inserted in the bore, various chemical solutions were added depending on whether lead or copper fouling was to be removed. The unit was then connected to a electrical power unit and the sysstem cleaned your firearms bore througn a chemical reacton similar to electrolysis. The unit would then be run for several hours and your firearm's bore would be very clean with the fouling adhering to the metal rod. The Outers Foul Out unit did a good job, but it was slow, a PIA to set up, and expensive. Never had one, but would have liked to try one.
     
  6. jimbeaux82

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    Thanks for the heads up. I just ordered a gallon of the Cop Out from Midway!!
     
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