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Just wondering if anyone out there uses this product for cowboy action.

Shooter lube!

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Before this goes bad,  we are talking about tequila right?      GW

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1 hour ago, G W Wade said:

Before this goes bad,  we are talking about tequila right?      GW

 

WELL, YEAH!

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only one gun oil I endorse. Geisselle Go Juice. I use the grease and oil. best stuff I've ever found and cheep too. not $10 an oz.,

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I prefer Dead Guys Ale.  :wub:

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6 minutes ago, Colorado Coffinmaker said:

 

I prefer Dead Guys Ale.  :wub:

just as long as it's not IPA I'm good. 

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6 hours ago, Circuit Rider Jeff said:

Just wondering if anyone out there uses this product for cowboy action.

Shooter lube!

 

Don't let that gun slip out of your hands with that stuff.......  :D

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First and foremost, Shooter’s Lube has two products, a solvent and a lubricant. I’ve never used the lubricant so can’t offer an opinion. The solvent? I LOVE it!  Best parts cleaner I’ve ever used. Cuts through crud like crazy with no obnoxious smell. I know Hoppes #9 is supposed to be the nectar of the gods but I’ll never go back to it. Shooter’s Lube from here on out. 

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6 hours ago, G W Wade said:

Before this goes bad,  we are talking about tequila right?      GW

My hero !!

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17 minutes ago, Shooting Bull said:

First and foremost, Shooter’s Lube has two products, a solvent and a lubricant. I’ve never used the lubricant so can’t offer an opinion. The solvent? I LOVE it!  Best parts cleaner I’ve ever used. Cuts through crud like crazy with no obnoxious smell. I know Hoppes #9 is supposed to be the nectar of the gods but I’ll never go back to it. Shooter’s Lube from here on out. 

The only thing good about Hoppes is the scent

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Somehow I knew this post could slide right down the slippery slope it has!

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Basil Hayden Dark Rye is what I thought of....

 

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22 hours ago, G W Wade said:

Before this goes bad,  we are talking about tequila right?      GW

 

Funny I was thinking the same thing....just say'in

 

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Liquor store for Demarara 151 rum.  :wub:

 

Best lube on the planet.

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18 hours ago, Bad Bascomb, SASS # 47,494 said:

:ph34r:  So.....what is the source for Shooter's Lube?  and is it for the shooter.....or the firearm?

It's for lube for the firearm

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I’m partial to Aberlour single malt scotch in a pinch The Balvenie will do.

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It won't be long before Californians switch to KY - you won't have any guns to lube.

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Something of the Irish or Scotch persuasion would be most often found in my supplies.

 

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