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Hoppe's No. 9 Synthetic Blend Lubricating Gun Oil, 2.25 oz

Hoppe's No. 9 Synthetic Blend Lubricating Gun Oil, 2.25 oz

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  • Hoppe's No. 9 Synthetic Blend Lubricating Gun Oil
  • High-viscosity oil refined to perfection
  • Ideal for firearms, airguns, fishing reels and other precision mechanisms
  • Extra-long lasting
  • Does not harden, gum or expire


Hoppe's No. 9 has a worldwide reputation for helping gun owners clean, maintain and prevent rust on their guns. If you're not wiping down your guns with Hoppe's No. 9 Lubricating Gun Oil, then your guns may be pitted with rust. Whenever you're done handling your firearms or air guns, grab a rag and put some Hoppe's No. 9 on it and wipe down your guns before putting them away.

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Item Code: HOP-1003G [PY-A-5195]

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By richard from USA on 2016-02-26
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Things I liked: good reliable brand.

Things I would have changed: nothing

What others should know: air gunners should be aware that springers should use synthetic oil

 

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  • LAURA from USA asked:

    In a pcp barrel could damage the o rings?

    • Domingo from USA asked:

      Is remington oil with teflon lubricant ok &safe for wiping on barrels of airguns?

      • Eric from USA asked:

        Is this safe for seals if I lightly oil my barrel?

        • Dan the Man from USA:

          Just don't get it on the breech seal.

        • Tyler from USA:

          Using this, you should not experience any problems but I wouldn't recommend oiling an airgun barrel. It's not necessary and can induce dieseling.

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