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Mineral oil is simply refined petroleim with nothing added. Good gun oils will have corrosion inhibitors, acid neutralizers, anti-wear additives. Joined: Jul 28, Messages: If you really want a top-notch gun oil, go out and buy yourself a quart of Mobil1 synthetic automatic transmission fluidprobably the best firearm oil-lubricant going.
ChairborneRangerJul 13, Joined: Jan 15, Messages: 1, Ranger, what makes you say that? Got any proof? Joined: May 7, Messages: 1, So the best is Mobil ATF, breakfree and royal purple. How can they all be the best? Maybe a better questions is: what's the worst oil for guns? Why is that, ricks1?
How do you know it isn't the best?Log in or Sign up. Mar 8, 1. Is it just mineral oil? Is 3-in-1 oil the same thing? Is it silicone? Nothing showed up on the FTF search. It made by pressing guns? Do people in Mediterranean countries stomp on guns in barrels to get it?
Is it good for stir fry? VincineMar 8, Mar 8, 2. Gun oil is mostly mineral oil. Check the MSDS sheets on gun oil and compare the ingredients. Most gun oil has the same compounds; some more than others. Some may have a little of this or that added, but they are mostly alike. Ranger-6Mar 8, Mar 8, 3. Gun oil is a oil used on guns.Cleaning and preserving your firearms on the cheap.
They very in effectiveness from rem oil which is pretty useless for guns as it is very lightweight almost in the same category as sewing machine oil. To motor oil which does a fantastic job of lubricating a firearm. Oil does a so-so job of preserving firearms. Its main purpose is lubricating moving parts to reduce heat buildup. So if your using remoil direct sunlight or even a warm room is usually enough heat to evaporate it completely.
While motor oil will last through the heaviest abuse a full auto belt fed can dish out. There are various grades of oils in between. A good middle of the road for light use is clp.Log in or Sign up. Say I have no gun oil Dec 19, 1. So, a friend and I were discussing a hypothetical class 4 zombie outbreak I swear, the Zombie Survival Guide is hilariousand we came to the realization that, eventually, if you survived enough, you would run out of gun oil. Now, my friend swears up and down that you can use olive or canola oil in firearms and it would work just as well as gun oil for cleaning and preservation purposes.
I think he's full of it, but I can't put my finger on why. Dec 19, 2. Darned near anything is better than nothing. Heckrender out a couple of zombies. BillMDec 19, Dec 19, 3. Cooking oil??? Only if a zombie is banging on the door and the bolt is seized.
Vegetable oil does not have the heat tolerence need to retain viscosity, meaning it will gum up very quickly and cause more harm than good. Any auto or machine oil will do the job, a gallon will last decades so the chances of running out are slim.
In the wastelands you will have to loot from to survive every garage and crankcase is a bonanza. JpyleDec 19, Dec 19, 4. Any kind of petroleum based lubricant would work. Dec 19, 5. JonMDec 19, Dec 19, 6. Why change? Dec 19, 7. Motor oil, ATF, cooking oil. Castor oil from castor beans- keep a few growing in the back repels moles, can be used as motor oil However, for my muzzleloaders, I can use lard or beef tallow quite well, thank'ee. Dec 20, 8.
I'd use what I use for everything, the blood of my enemies. UbergopherDec 20, Dec 20, 9. Gopher, that will make carbon steel rust- salt content, y'know.
However, a fatty opponent Dec 20, DrumJunkieDec 20, No Gun oil? If it gets that bad You won't need it. But, If your willing just Google animal fats as a lubricant. Read the different techniques of how to make your own.
And as for a cleaning solvent Google How to make Kerosene.Every gun owner wants to ensure their weapons are in the best working condition, if you use the gun for hunting or self-protection then you must need to use the best gun oil for routine maintenance.
It provides the best protection against water damage and this is one of the most cost-effective choices and is the oil of choice for more than just firearms users. Buy on Amazon.
mineral oil for guns ?
Break free CLP-4 Cleaner Lubricant Preservation this product is commonly referred 2-in-1, it has been developed to clean, lubricate and protect your gun over wear and tear, corrosion and environmental conditions, etc. The slight disadvantage is the spray feature, while it is easy to use, the spray is also messier.
W Klever GmbH is the most famous lubricant used for a wide variety of applications not only guns, its initially developed for the German army for cleaning gun stock and enhance performance, leather gear and guns this aerosol is non-sticky.
W Klever GmbH is one of the top performers in the market, which is largely due to the oleic acid and benzyl acetate which is the migration properties. If you have long and best gun oil for use lubricating Glock? If yes then Lucas oil gun oil is the best choice, its provides excellent moisture and corrosion prevention properties that help your gun remains in good form, the oil will enhance the performance of your gun placing it functional for a long time.
Gun oil, firearms and weapons oil use not only, guns, but also fishing reels, knives and any other precision mechanism, with the ability to withstand both high temperatures and high pressure this lubricant also has protective ingredients to prevent rust and corrosion. Fire Clean Anti-Fouling is one all-purpose gun oil that is specially introduced to deep clean and reduces carbon fouling on guns, this is the excellent gun oil for those who search themselves cleaning their gun a lot.
Fire Clean Anti-Fouling made in the USA, especially for condition metal to resist fouling, this makes all future cleanings less work and hassle and comes with good customer reviews.
DuPont Teflon Non-Stick is the best solution for anti-corrosion and anti-rust protection properties. Hoppe, s No9 oil especially develops for the modern or advance firearms and safe to use on a regular basis on any of the guns you own, it provides a barrier over corrosion and moisture.
This oil is designed for oiling your guns mechanical parts, trigger, hammer springs, other hard to reach parts that are easy to grease up with the needle application on this bottle. Birchwood Casey gun oil is most effective and popular; you will get fully cleaned and protected in just a few minutes.
Breakthrough clean technologies specialize in highly effective, user-safe and user-friendly gun cleansing solvents for top-notch performance, protection and maintenance, which is an all-natural gun oil with no additives whatsoever. This oil is environmental- friendly than most petroleum-based blends, as a result, you may need to re-oil the barrel if you fire several hundred rounds in a single range session.
Remington oil and action cleanser are 2 packs of aerosol cans that serve 2 various functions, new formula cleans, lubricates and safe your valuable firearms so, keep running smoothly and look like new. The gun oil includes Teflon, which makes it a good option for lubricating mechanical parts like the hammer and trigger assembly. Gun oil utilizes a special blend of oil and petroleum-based additives particularly geared for high volume, high heat and rubbing gun.
If you buying gun oil you need to know how to choose the best gun oil in which things are considered gun oil has come in the market in 2 forms like solids and liquids with different contains like anti-rust agents, anti-were agents, and pressure agents, etc…. There are various lubricants but for guns, they work under 2 types of lubricant regimes which are Hydrodynamic lubricant and Boundary lubricant.
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Lubricant is one of the methods to reduce rubbing in a Hydrodynamic lubricant the locomotion of the approach surface and model of the carriage; you must know the important variants between Hydrodynamic and boundary lubricant.
Is an act of lubricant changeable parts of the gun, is manage of friction and was by the introduction of a friction-reducing film between changing surface.
Lubricant migration protects your weapons the lubrication requires to move around to adjacent area within the weapon, this is the only way a gun oil can be able to protect it at the same time.
Additives are grate and help oil perform better, there are many combinations used, tailored to suit the needs of the user. The most commonly used addictive are zinc, boron, sulfur compounds, phosphors, detergents, Tackifiers, etc.Posted by: Grant Cunningham.
Firearms enthusiasts are the targets pardon the pun of some of the most misleading advertisements regarding the proper lubrication of their guns. The purpose of this article is to give a background on basic lubrication concepts, the technology behind them, and some guidelines for selecting lubricants based on facts, not hype. I thank each and every one of them for helping me to keep this as factual and current as I can!
Why lubricate something? First, to prevent wear and second, to promote a certain level of performance. Looking through a microscope, even the most highly finished metal surface still looks like a forested hillside — with all kinds of huge voids, depressions, and valleys.
Hydrodynamic lubrication is essentially when the parts ride on the film of liquid or semi-liquid lubricant; the lubricant fills all of the voids, and the film itself serves as a buffer to keep the surfaces apart. This works really well, except when a load is applied and the lubricant is squeezed out of its space between the surfaces. When that happens, the surfaces grind together and wear. Each of these has certain properties that the skilled tribologist lubrication scientist will balance to achieve the optimum lubricant for the application.
Grease is nothing more than thickened oil. Each of these bases have different characteristics, which are taken into account along with the oils and additives to produce a grease of the desired effectiveness. Aluminum bases, though, have several advantages: much better resistance to water and acids and alkalisbetter low-temperature performance, better stability, and dramatically increased reversability. Aluminum greases are typically a bit harder to find, and more costly, but their performance advantages can be pretty dramatic.
Grease is graded in thickness by its NLGI number. A grease rated at NLGI 00 is almost a liquid a room temperature. They encounter intermittent high loads, interspersed with long periods of inaction. What, then, should we be looking for? We could also use some water resistance and an ability to withstand mild acid and alkali exposure think perspiration.
We need our oils to migrate. Migration is the ability of the lubricant to spread to surrounding and adjacent areas. The net result would be a poorly lubed mechanism. A lube with good migration will succumb to capillary action and snake its way down into that small space, lubricating everything it comes into contact with. Not really — there is such a thing as too much. Lubricant migration at work. What, you think it disappeared into thin air? What about greases — do we even need them? You bet!
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You should take care when using vegetable oils and water-based lubricants as they can go rancid and can provide a medium for bacterial growth. Bacteria can grow in water and vegetable oils, but they cannot grow in mineral oil. The emphasis is on proper personal hygiene. With good hygiene, the use of a petroleum based lubricant is not just safe, but healthy as well.
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Quick reply. If you want to get notified by every reply to your post, please register. It is FREE! No, thanks Register.One of the first things I learned about owning a gun is how to properly maintain it. I want my firearms to be there for me when I need them the most. One piece of advice is to stick with the more well-known brands that have been around for a while.
I reviewed the five best gun oil and lubes, giving you the pros and cons of each so you can decide for yourself which gun oil or lube fits best with your firearm needs. Read on to find out more about what it takes to keep your gun in good working order for years to come. Here I give some advice on good reasons to lubricate and protect your gun, what the difference between gun oil and grease is, and a few other handy tips.
Guns can be pretty tough, but they have their limits. For example, metal and wood parts need to be protected from friction, the elements, the weather and from the acidic effect of human skin oil and sweat. None of these factors will necessarily destroy a firearm at once, but over time, without proper lubrication, your firearm can rust, jam up, freeze, overheat, collect residue, and the metal parts can corrode.
Even when a gun is put away in storage for a few years or even decades, it can oxidize over time. A proper gun lube can keep your firearm in working condition, so it can be used whenever you need it most.
There are a lot of factors to keep in mind when deciding whether to choose gun oil or gun grease, also known as lube. The difference between gun oil and grease is in its viscositythat is, how thick or thin the gun lubricant is.
When I plan to use my guns in an extremely hot or humid climatesuch as a desert or jungle, I always go for the grease lube. It can stand up to high heat and humidity without drying out or running. Another reason I use gun lube is for heavy artillery such as machine guns and assault rifles.
These pack a really hot punch, and I like to make sure that I have the right lubrication that can withstand really high heat before I take them to the range. See my review below for my favorite heat-resistant gun lube. On the other hand, when I am in an extremely cold environment with sub-freezing temperatures and lots of snow, gun oil is what I use.
Tetra gun grease comes in a small tube with an applicator.