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Birchwood Casey Synthetic Gun Oil, Aerosol Spray, 10 oz.

Birchwood Casey Synthetic Gun Oil, Aerosol Spray, 10 oz.

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PY-A-2689

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  • Description
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  • Synthetic Gun Oil
  • Ideal for all climates
  • Reduces friction between mating surfaces
  • Will not gum up or lose viscosity under extreme temperature variations from -55 deg. F to +300 deg. F
  • A natural solvent, it cleans as it oils
  • Low evaporation rate protects against rust
  • Lubricate/protect all metal sports equipment & has many household applications
  • We can not ship Birchwood Casey Synthetic Gun Oil using air services. Please consider this when you choose a shipping method.


Birchwood Casey has changed the formulation of their Gun Oil. It used to contain PTFE (Teflon), but it no longer does.

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Item Code: BC-GOA10 [PY-A-2689]

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By rocco from USA on 2012-02-27
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Things I liked: tis stuff really cleans well

Things I would have changed: nothing

What others should know: loosens up grime very well

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By babyface3595 from USA on 2011-05-17
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Things I liked: great good quaility oil

Things I would have changed: nothing

What others should know: buy it great product

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  • Colvin from USA asked:

    Does Pyramid Air sell anything for plastic slides on an airsoft gun? It all says moving parts and I have a plastic M9 pistol with a sticking slide, what's safe to use on plastic?

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