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Where to buy break free CLP?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by ENENEN, Nov 13, 2008.

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  1. ENENEN

    ENENEN Member

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    Just curious where I can buy CLP? Sporting goods store, gun store, or am I going to have to order it online? I haven't been able to find it, but maybe i'm looking in the wrong places.
     
  2. Darkness

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    I found mine at WalMart.
     
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    Walmart sporting goods.
     
  4. CC_IA

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    Walmart, but larger sizes can be found on the internet.
     
  5. ENENEN

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    Awesome. Thanks!

    Heading to wal mart tonight. Gives me an excuse to buy more ammo and maybe a new knife lol.
     
  6. cbrgator

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    Bass Pro Shops carries it as well.
     
  7. RKBABob

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    Cabelas
     
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    Any place that also has Hoppe's #9 and patches.
     
  9. blutarsky

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    keep in mind there's the aerosol cans (what i always see at walmart, etc) and then there's the pump spray or squeeze-type mini bottles of the stuff -- although both are advertised as being the same thing, i don't like the aerosol type as much as the other. it smells rather different, and the stuff in the squeeze bottle or the pump sprayer is a bit thicker than what you'll get in the can. it's the same stuff, more or less, but if i got to choose then the can would be last. i can find the stuff in the aerosol can just about everywhere, but the bottle type is less common (check your gun shop) so i usually just order some now and then when it comes time for my next order at midway.
     
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    Wal-Mart
     
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    ....I wasn't aware it was difficult to find?

    I stole a gallon of the stuff when I left the army the first time, still haven't used it all.
     
  12. bdickens

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    Stole? Stole?

    We don't "steal" things, we "requisition them through alternate supply channels." :evil:

    Seriously, breakfree is everywhere.
     
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    When your unit is shutting down, and it's on the trash pile, make no mistake. I'm stealing EVERYTHING. Why should S-4 have all the fun? :)
     
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    Wal Mart

    Wal Mart.....
     
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