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Posted: 5/6/2003 3:01:21 PM EST
i just bought my ar and was wondering what type of lube should i use to clean it..i use Kleen Bore kits on my pistols and that has a lube/cleaner....is that all right to use?
Link Posted: 5/6/2003 3:10:28 PM EST
Breakfree CLP. It cleans, lubes and protects!
Link Posted: 5/6/2003 3:58:47 PM EST
my experiance with gun conditioner #3 isn't bad but i would pony up for something better. break free clp or Mucsle products/shooters choice awesome firepower FP-10. also i am trying out super lube's dry film lubercant next time i go out to burn some rounds through the AR. i'll let everyone know how well it works
Link Posted: 5/6/2003 5:33:36 PM EST
If you want a cleaner,lubricant and protectant all in one bottle I would use the Firepower FP-10 CLP. Break Free clp is good too but the FP-10 cleans and lubes much better.Not to mention smells better. If you want a seperate cleaner and lube/protectant I would use Mil-comm TW-25B or Mc-2500 oil and the MC-25 cleaner. Raymond
Link Posted: 5/8/2003 9:26:46 PM EST
You should all try out Slip 2000 CLP. Just E-mail info@slip2000.com and ask for a free sample. It has worked wonders in keeping the carbon and lead from building up. Its a great cleaner also. The web site is www.slip2000.com Crisco
Link Posted: 5/9/2003 2:03:19 AM EST
Shineit, Have you tried the New Slip2000 mil-spec E 150 version yet?If not send them a email. Slip2000 sent me a sample of the mil-spec D version and a mil-spec E version last week and I tried it on one of my 59/66AL's.Works pretty good. Slip2000 seems to be good stuff. I still like the FP-10 CLP better though. Raymond
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