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post #1 of 36 (permalink) Old 01-01-2011, 01:10 PM Thread Starter
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rust protection

we have tossed around the use of gun oil/CPL/rem oil etc for gun rust protection.
this is very interesting to me. check it out. http://www.brownells.com/.aspx/lid=10700...t_Preventatives




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Re: rust protection

Link isn't there. Try editing your post and putting spaces between the link with the space bar. You can't have a link on the next line after what you write.

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Re: rust protection

Here ya go:
http://www.brownells.com/.aspx/lid=10700...t_Preventatives

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Re: rust protection

Excellent article!! That T-9 and good ole WD40 showed pretty good. May have to try some T-9 especially in salwater environment on marine & fishin stuff.

Wonder how RemOil woulda tested?

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Re: rust protection

Ive been using STP (Yup the engine treatment), I love that stuff!

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Re: rust protection

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Ive been using STP (Yup the engine treatment), I love that stuff!
woldnt that be a lil sticky on outside gun, fishing eqt etc surfaces?? Never tried it other than adding to oil & it seems a lil gooooy?

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Re: rust protection

Sparingly is the key! You can wipe all you want and still have water bead right up! True story, its the best I've ever found!

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neat...may have to give it a try.

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It works great!

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Re: rust protection

I've used WD-40 for a long time and have no complaints.
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