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I ordered up a can of this stuff on my last Brownell's order. Seems like a good idea........anybody have any feedback about it?
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Lets us know how it works. I am down to my last few drops of CLP and FP-10:thinking:
 

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Never have heard anything bad about it but never have tried it .
 

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I've never heard of it. Do you have a link to the product page?
 

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I'll pass...

I've never had any magazine corrosion or rust. I routinely clean my mags internally with a mag brush and wiping the outside with an oiled cloth. But I only use Wilson stainless steel mags.
 

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This stuff is NOT a corrosion inhibitor, it sprays on and dries almost instantly and leaves a powdery dry lube (PTFE, I think) in the inside of the mag. Seems like a good idea.
I'm sure it's either a.) a good idea or b.) a waste of money.
Just wanted to know if anyone else had tried it.
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If ya Test it out DD let us know how it works.. since it is dry film type lube that would work well for insides of the mags i would think
 
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