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Jon54

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Anyone ever use it, if so how. Seems the uses are endless. From my reading, Germany produced it in WWII
 
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It's good stuff but nothing magical about it. It's a water soluble oil that I sometimes use as a patch lube for my muzzle loading shooting.
 
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I’ve used it for two or three years. It’s all I use now. I gave everything else I had to my father in law. I use it for everything. One of the many things I like about it is it’s non toxic. So I can use it on my knives as well. It does have a rather unique odor. Some people hate it. It doesn’t really bother me much though. It’s all I use on my guns (cleaning and lubing), same for my knives, I’ve used it on leather stuff to clean it up and look better, and a bunch of other places and situations where you would use WD40 or something like it.


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Carlos Viagra":2imfh53u said:
My wife inherited one of her Grandpa's hanguns last weekend. I thought it'd be a good time to drag them all out and give them a thorough cleaning. About 2 hours later I finally got finished.
Many of mine were pretty dirty, mostly inside the barrels. I have a habit of wiping them down and usually I don't swab the barrel unless I've been hunting in the rain. Anyways, they're all shiny and cleaned up now, even the ones that haven't been shot in 2 years.

Ballistol is a great product, seems to stay with the items very well. Im trying it out on a few leather items also.

Were you aware it contains CHICKEN PUSS?
 

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