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    Eezox experience?

    Hey everyone. I've noticed from searching old cleaning threads that P97 swears by eezox. Has anyone else tried it? What did you think?

    I like the idea of something that is dry and still protects/lubes. I'm guessing it's like some of the dry bicycle chain lubricants that are out there?

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    I think people don't try it. You might do a search on the Firing Line and find some old threads there with several comments. I love it.

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    I got a can on P97's recommendation and it good stuff. It's also good for taking out light surface rust. Then put a coat of museum wax on them and they will look good as new. Try it I think you'll like it.

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    I bought some on Larry Seecamp's (of LW Seecamp firearms fame)recommendation and now use it almost exclusively on all my pistols...

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