Birchwood Casey Synthetic Gun Oil 4.5 fl oz, Spout Can
A superior gun oil for all climates. Reduces the friction between mating surfaces. Will not gum up or lose its viscosity under extreme temperature variations from -55°F to 300°F. The natural solvency of Synthetic Gun Oil cleans as it oils while its low evaporation rate assures protection against rust. Excellent for lubricating and protecting all firearm metal surfaces.
Features and Benefits of the Birchwood Casey Synthetic Gun Oil:
- Greatly reduces friction between mating surfaces.
- A superior lubricant for all climates.
- Excellent for lubricating and protecting all firearm metal surfaces.
- 4.5 fl oz, Spout Can
FAQQ: Should I use Gun Oil or Barricade?
A: Think of Gun Oil as a lubricant first and a rust protectant second and Barricade as a rust protectant first and lubrication second. If your dominant need is a gun lubricant select Gun Oil. If your dominant need is a rust protectant select Barricade. - See more at:
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Customer Ratings & Reviews
Serves its purpose
There are many similar products on the market but this one meets my need for firearm protection and lubrication. I only wish it was offered in bulk quantities.
This is a good all-in-one all
Of all the "CLP" type oils that I've tried Birchwood Casey's Synthetic oil is probably the most balanced. Most CLP type oils do one thing well and not so well at the others like BreakFree's CLP which is great against protecting from rust but tends to drain into or out of the action while in storage and doesn't clean very well. FP-10 does great for lubing, is OK for cleaning but isn't that good at protecting from rust. G-96 gun treatment, SLIP2000 gun lube, MPro7, and various others which claim to do all three things are really only good at one or two, in my experience. Birchwood's synthetic oil actually seems to do well at all three- lubricating, protecting and cleaning. It has a slight solvent smell which some may not like but it's fairly inexpensive on a per ounce basis, unlike other CLP type oils.