Re: Silver Bullet Gun Oil test..
I dont need another botle yet, but I still have the same coat on my chicom YL12-1J4 (ithaca M37 copy) that is all steel. It has been snowed on in mid 20s weather the past few days out after pheasants. On my trip across country I stopped for a minute where it was -23F and it worked fine for that short spell very cold test. It was slightly rained on in MIs last day of the deer season here. I have yet to put another coat on it and she will be back in sub freezing temps tomorrow after some birds. Even the Red Ryder I lubed up with it runs fine in mid 20s weather.
The stuff is awesome. Rains in the pacNW, severe cold, then rain and snow. Not in a range setting either. Hunting with a weapon will put more of a test on an oil than a range visit will, I learned that a good minute ago..
I will test it on a brand new AR my brother just got. I will be back tomorrow night to let y'all know how it works. Even though I can give it a good guess........
I really expected a gimick in a bottle when I got it. I never expected the best damn oil I ever used. Someone needs to tell Shooter45 some more stories. I need a few good reads......
Last edited by Boris; 12-04-2010 at 04:37 PM..