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    That's why I asked..

    Thanks Bob for the info; on the paste and oil. After reading up on the stuff I am thinking I got some stuff out the garge called semi-crome. I could use that and I got brillo pads under the sink and motor oil too. I'll quit. I am going to stick with Hoppe's #9 & gun oil. They have worked for ever plus I don't mind the little extra work involed to get them clean.

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    Ed's Red

    Dwarren: Sounds like you are useing a mix of Ed's Red. Or fairly close to it depending how you mix it. I know a guy who made a gallon about a year ago and he's still using it. He shoots all the time to. I think he said he only had about $10.00 in the whole mix. His guns look as good as anybodys and they work great. Must be something to it. I sure can't say anything bad about it.

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    I have using Gunslick products.......... I am very impressed with the results..........

    I still use Hoppes #9
    Mili Tech Oil
    Rem Oil
    and Breakfree.....
    Dry Lube...... for those cold a wet duck hunts.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackice
    I have using Gunslick products.......... I am very impressed with the results..........

    I still use Hoppes #9
    Mili Tech Oil
    Rem Oil
    and Breakfree.....
    Dry Lube...... for those cold a wet duck hunts.......
    BlackIce - how do U get brassmarks off of your USP slide around the ejection port - I have tried w/ no luck on mine...

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