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Replacement for Hornady One Shot HD Extreme
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My favorite gun cleaner is Hornady One Shot HD Extreme. It is a great cleaner of carbon, oils, grease, etc, dries quickly and has proven to be an excellent lubricant and rust inhibitor.

Sadly, it has been discontinued. I bought some Ballistol and it seems ok but from what I have read it is not a good rust inhibitor. Any other recommendations?


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Posts: 894 | Location: Southlake, Tx | Registered: 30 June 2003Reply With Quote
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i use g96 triple action(clp) for REALLY cleaning my rifles. since i like to shoot(about 3 or 4 times a week), i use ballistol on the outsides of rifles.



http://www.g96.com/products/gun-treatment/#


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Posts: 99 | Location: United States windber, pa | Registered: 16 September 2013Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by TrademarkTexan:
My favorite gun cleaner is Hornady One Shot HD Extreme. It is a great cleaner of carbon, oils, grease, etc, dries quickly and has proven to be an excellent lubricant and rust inhibitor.

Sadly, it has been discontinued. I bought some Ballistol and it seems ok but from what I have read it is not a good rust inhibitor. Any other recommendations?


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Probably because it’s known by the State of California to cause cancer. Everything gun related likely is “known” by them to cause cancer!
 
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We use it on our dart guns that are in very dusty conditions. And now Im looking for dry lube replacment as well.
 
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Probably because it’s known by the State of California to cause cancer. Everything gun related likely is “known” by them to cause cancer!


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True that! I get my 50/50 roll solder for my business from Cal. + there are more warnings than lead. What a bunch of idiots.


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