Have anyone here ever used "Driver's Choice All Purpose Lubricant" on your guns to clean? It say it eliminates squeaks,protects all metal,loosens rust parts,& releases sticky mechanisms.
Come on Iowegan you know the answer.........because they’re to cheap to buy gun oil.
Sounds like the hype on a can of WD-40. There is really very little that is 'new' in the field of lubricants, at least that I'm aware of. It seems unlikely that any one product is going to suddenly render everything that preceded it obsolete. That's not to say that some products don't perform well in areas where they were not originally intended. ATF and acetone mixed 50-50 makes an excellent penetrating oil, as an example. So does Kroil, however, and you don't have to worry about the acetone evaporating.... it eliminates squeaks,protects all metal,loosens rust parts,& releases sticky mechanisms.
red wine or balsamic vinegar would be more flavorful :thumbsup:I use extra virgin olive oil when cleaning and lubing my guns.
I mix it with a bit of white vinegar, a pinch of salt and a shake of pepper. Put it on a fresh salad and have a snack while I wait for the Hoppe's to soak into the barrels and internal mechanisms of the guns.
Works for me.
Something I've never understood either. Automotive products are full of toxic chemicals and additives made for automotive use. Some say because it's cheaper ??? It's not like you need to buy 8 quarts of Hoppes (or any other quality cleaner/lube) to clean your weapons. A little goes a long way and is designed especially for weapon use.