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Ambidextrous
February 15, 2011, 11:45 AM
Anyone have any comments or opinions on any of these products (photo attached), please?

Appreciated if so.

Some of these are a bit "old" (aged/dated)...and I am particularly interested in knowing more about the Marbles Nitro "SOLVENT OIL" (??).

Thanks in advance,
Glenn..

natman
February 15, 2011, 12:06 PM
Left to right:

1) Outers Gun oil - lubricant / rust preventative
2) Gunslick Nitro Solvent - bore cleaner
3) Marble's Nitro Solvent Oil - Wants to do both cleaning and lube, the original CLP.
4) Marble's Non-Freeze Oil - oil for cold weather, possibly synthetic.
5) Outer's Nitro Solvent - Bore cleaner. Same product as #2, ~25 years later.

jaguarxk120
February 15, 2011, 12:44 PM
The base oils they were made from was in the ground for a lot longer than those you have setting in the shelf.

5thShock
February 16, 2011, 10:11 AM
The polarized oil is supposed to like and want to be next to metal surfaces. The Nitro Oil seems like an early CLP.

Scorch
February 16, 2011, 10:51 AM
1) Outers Gun oil - lubricant / rust preventative
2) Gunslick Nitro Solvent - bore cleaner
3) Marble's Nitro Solvent Oil - Wants to do both cleaning and lube, the original CLP.
4) Marble's Non-Freeze Oil - oil for cold weather, possibly synthetic.
5) Outer's Nitro Solvent - Bore cleaner. Same product as #2, ~25 years later.
That Marble's Non-Freeze oil is probably 50+ years old, and has spermaceti oil in it. Spermaceti oil comes from sperm whales, and is considered one of the best natural lubes of all time. Obviously, once we quit hunting whales, they could no longer make it.

The Outers Gunslick products were often found in Outers' cleaning kits, the ones with the multi-piece aluminum rods.