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1-year limited warranty
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Things I liked: This is product anyone with an air rifle should have. I have used for cleaning a barre ( barrel was clean and lubricated the o-ring inside)l, lubricated a bolt action ( silky smooth), wiped down the outside of an old breech ( made it look great). It has a ton of uses.
Things I would have changed: It has a weird smell. It would be nice if it were a little more pleasant.
Things I liked: Good all round product. Can use it on almost anything. My dad used it showed me how and I would not use anything else.
Things I would have changed: Not a thing
What others should know: Great all around product and can't see how you could go wrong
Things I liked: Woks as advertised, GREAT
Things I would have changed: Price??
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can this be used to clean the inside of your barrels?
Yes. Widely used for that purpose for firearms and airguns.
Is this oil intended for hinges and other pivot points in break barrels? If not, which oil is appropriate? Thanks
Do NOT use silicone lube on metal-to-metal interfaces. Silicone lubricant increases galling (pitting/removal of metal/etc.) when the metal rubs together. Silicone is only recommended for metal to plastic, metal to rubber, metal to orings, etc.
Its an all purpose oil good for wiping down your guns. I would use more of a grease on the hinges like silicon oil or the molly paste ( Air Venturi Moly Metal-to-Metal Paste,...)
What is recommended as a close substitute of this product for those of us who live in the Golden State of Environmental Regulators (a.k.a. "California")???
You can buy Ballistol in California, No Problem
It's not allowed in Calif? Well, I've never used this stuff, but the similar products I do use are Break-Free CLP and MP-5 oil. Other lubes I use for guns are; syn motor oil, bearing grease, trans fluid, and Tungsten Disulfide powder. For stripping parts clean of all oils I use carb/brake cleaner or hot water/dishsoap. What of all those lubes goes where in another story, and depends on the gun. They're saying the Ballistol is good on wood, but people say it stinks so why would I want that soaked into my stock?
For cleaning your barrels, take a look at Hoppe's. Just be sure not to get it on any of your seals.