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Things I liked: cleans all rust and oils with wire brush and leaves microscopic protective coating in bore .I also use it to wipe off outside metal surfaces.Evaporates dry.Best cleaning solvent for money.I cleaned 11 airguns with it and still have half a bottle left.Reccomend it highly.
Things I would have changed: Larger bottle with applicator
What others should know: don't use on stocks
Things I liked: I used this product b/4 on my center fire guns and bought this for the size of the container. It works very well in cleaning bores and leaves a protective film on metal. I use a couple of drops on a nylon brush to clean a dirty bore. Add 1 drop to a cleaning pellet and fire and fire 2 more clean pellets to remove and excess cleaner. Takes about five minutes to clean the bore. Doesn't get much easier.
Things I would have changed: Nothing.
What others should know: This is a petroleum base product. Make sure any excess cleaner is removed from the bore before firing a pellet. I've been using this on air guns for about 7 months and don't know how this products affects the seals so I try not have any contact with the seals and as a cautionary measure I wipe and lube the seals after cleaning.
Things I liked: I spray this on my cleaning pellets for cleaning the bore. Works better than anything I have used. When my pellets start going astray, one cleaning pellet with this on it, and I am back putting pellets on top of each other. I shoot 10 meter match grade olympic style air rifles.
Things I would have changed: nothing
What others should know: Try it for yourself.
What brand, ingredient or compositionof gun careproducts is safe for airguns?
I want to use this solvent to clean my PCP, but I'm afraid that can damage any o-ring on the transfer port. So, it is safe to use it on a PCP or not?
I have used this Otis 085 for years in my airguns, with no apparent harm. But Pyramyd Air says "never use solvents in airguns." Is this really safe for use in airguns? Or am I inviting disaster?
You don't want to get it on any seals, that's where the problem would be