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Old October 9, 2012, 01:03 PM   #3
RickB
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I've been using it, for about six months. I try to use it sparingly, in places that I want some lubrication, but where I can't reach with a needle or swab. Due to the price, I'll usually clean with something like brake cleaner, then follow-up with the Strike Hold to make sure all of the surfaces are protected. Strike Hold is an excellent solvent, cleaning firing residue from the barrel and frame like nothing else I've tried, but again, I try to limit its use to specific areas where it excels, rather than as a general-purpose CLP. If someone gave me a pallet-load of it, I might not use anything else for cleaning and preserving, but would still use traditional oil and grease for lubrication.
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