I bought some more Lok-Cease 20/20 in bulk and will never use it all in my lifetime so I figured I would sell some to offset the cost.
Lok-Cease 20/20 is high temp, food grade anti seize and lubricant. Lubricates for easy disassembly and cleaning. Will not melt/run, non-staining and effective from -10F to 2300F at pressures up to 3,000psi.
Each jar should provide a couple hundred applications. It only takes a thin & even coat to work properly.
Use on baffles, threads, muzzle device surfaces, pistons, 3-lug mounts. Will make disassembly and cleaning serviceable cans much easier.Shipping:$5 USPS 1st Class
(up to 6 jars)$9 USPS Priority Mail
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Plenty available as of right now, will update when running low.1.5oz jar - $8Each jar comes with a free horsehair application brush.
(9mm for comparison)If you aren't familiar with this product...
I have a box full of different products that I've tried over the last 20yrs and this is by far the best product I've used to make disassembly and cleaning of suppressors almost too easy.
The biggest PIA suppressor I have to clean is an original SWR Spectre. If it wasn't cleaned after 350-400rds, I had to hammer the baffles out using a wood dowel. I can now go well over 4-5x as many rounds on that particular suppressor before the baffles need similar convincing to be removed. Sometimes the 1st baffle needs a pick to remove deposits only if I've put off cleaning for an excessive amount of rounds, but all the remaining baffles wipe clean with zero effort.
I also haven't had an overly dirty 3-lug spring issue since I started using this product.
It's good stuff and it stays put!
(Spectre baffles w/ approx. 1400rds, wiped clean with q-tips and rags.)