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Trying to find bulk Breakfree CLP

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by Keith1863, Feb 13, 2008.

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  1. Keith1863

    Keith1863 Member

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    I am trying to find the cheapest price on bulk (i.e. 1 gallon jugs) Breakfree CLP.

    The lowest I have found so far is from R&R at $64.54. This includes shipping.

    Does anybody else know where to pick it up at? Do they sell it at gun shows at good prices? Just looking for the cheapest price on 1 gallon jugs.

    Thanks,
    Keith
     
  2. RNB65

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    I have a buddy who is a dealer for Kroll International, a wholesaler of firearms products (and a whole bunch of other stuff). If you're in VA he can probably beat that price.
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    I maybe interested in the breakfree from your buddy.
     
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    PM sent.
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    If you can't get BreakFree, I personally prefer a product called "TriFlow Industrial Lubricant" which is like BreakFree and contains Teflon. It's a Sherwin-Williams product and is available in various aerosol cans, squirt bottles, and in bulk from gallons up to 55-gallon drums from an industrial supplier or S-W dealer. I used to use gallon jugs of it heavily at my previous job and I still have some. Great for guns, machinery, motorcycle chains, etc.
     
  6. icebones

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    You ain't from around here, KY
    you might want to check at http://www1.mscdirect.com/cgi/nnsrhm
    I buy all of my metal and metalworking supplies from them, they also stock a lot of oils, cleaners ect. if they dont have break free, you might be able to find something else. hope this helps

    have you checked at midway?
     
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    Will have to check at work. We have a large bottle of Breakfree CLP, a gallon I guess. Not sure where it came from but will see if I can find out, and get a price. BTW Just did quick internet search, this place has gallons of CLP for $56. http://www.rrarms.com/catalog.php?prod=CLP7
     
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