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LIKTOSHOOT
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(11/2/01 7:44:32 pm)
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For any of you folks out there wondering about some good stuff to clean and store your guns with, look no further. I have used everything under the sun and have now chunked them all in favor of this stuff "Rusteprufe" ask Doc for some. Doc, I can not believe how good this stuff works and is. NOTHING ELSE will EVER touch my firearms. Thanks Doc!! LTS
America, we are the symbol of Freedom and Liberty......

AntiqueDr
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(11/2/01 7:50:49 pm)
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It is the best, that's why I sell it and use it myself.


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BlackGun
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(11/2/01 7:52:59 pm)
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I will attest to that! I'm on my second bottle. If you guys and Gals don't buy at least one bottle (kit) cause you need the applicator, it's your misfortune! As LTS said, nothing, and I mean nothing touches my weapons but RUSTEPRUFE


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BlackGUN

Edited by: BlackGun at: 11/2/01 8:12:02 pm

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(11/2/01 8:40:01 pm)
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efurpetsuR
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OK.
Is this the buy 2 cases get one free?
Can ya all give me a quick pitch on why I should use it.
I clean my guns well.....but maybe not well enough?
I shoot competitively Shotguns/TRap & Clays & some skeet.
And, I like to take very good of my hand guns too, mostly Target pistols except my model 60 S&W.
Does the product come supplied with a kit?
Are Misc. items required for its proper use?
I'm sincerely interested.(Is it safe and affordable?)
Thank you for the tip concerning quality gun cleaner.
Charlie D


AntiqueDr
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(11/2/01 8:46:11 pm)
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The initial set up comes with a 2-ounce bottle and an applicator, as seen in BlackGun's excellent pictures above. Refills available either in 2-oz size or by the pint.

Here's a link with pricing:

APAX Enterprises - Rusteprufe


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LIKTOSHOOT
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(11/2/01 9:11:16 pm)
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Charlie, I got the pint and am almost empty, 26 guns (long guns) +5 pistols. What I discovered is that after cleaning, then shooting....the fouling is just wiped away. This stuff has staying power, but for some reason, doesn`t gunk up the actions and talk about making wood come back to that original luster.....SPANK ME!!! I am cleaning some right now, this stuff makes you want to do it.......even if you don`t. AND!!! if you shoot in foul weather........like I ever get a non-raining day hunting, water beads up better than a fresh polished (waxed car)......plus you can drink it, before you go to the doctor.......it`s smooth! While we`re at it..... DOC!, I NEED ANOTHER PINT! LTS
America, we are the symbol of Freedom and Liberty......

BlackGun
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(11/2/01 9:21:05 pm)
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DAMN! I didn't know it came in pints I'll be at your home next week to pick up my new toy, lay a pint back for me! It will save me a couple of additional trips. I wipe my weapons down 50+ weekly, cause I get bored! It goes a long way! Don't let me forget it, like I have in the past!
LTS Iffin ya drive down, I'll share a bottle of Boones Farm with ya! But, we'll have to give Doc a sip! Errrrrrrr! Better make it a case or two!
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BlackGUN

Edited by: BlackGun at: 11/2/01 9:27:05 pm

TallTLynn
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(11/2/01 9:21:44 pm)
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Doc was kind enough to send me some with my scope when we did a trade last month.

Have to admit it worked real nice on the .303 but I haven't had the chance to go shoot it again.

I'm going to reclean the 8mm Mauser this weekend cause I know it needs it - and I'm going to use that stuff. Got a feeling I'm going to be in love with it too.

AntiqueDr
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(11/2/01 9:38:48 pm)
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I've been messin' with guns for-profit since 1981 and this is the stuff I use exclusively. Now you all know why!

(Geez, maybe I should start sending out samples of Shepherd scopes...)


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BlackGun
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(11/2/01 9:46:28 pm)
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ME FIRST Your custom built super shooter (10/22) needs a Shepherd scope Hint, Hint! Dingle balls, Errrrrrrrrrrr! Gingle bells, Gingle bells!
rules for survival: Sight alignment, Breath control, & Trigger Squeeze
BlackGUN

Edited by: BlackGun at: 11/2/01 9:54:10 pm

LIKTOSHOOT
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(11/2/01 9:52:20 pm)
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....pisst....hea Doc.....over here......quite, wood`ja. I have a new .22 that could use a sample scope, this will be my new 125 yard gun....matched for hyper 32-36grn`ers. I`ll pick up freight. LTS
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(11/2/01 9:55:06 pm)
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Sheperd WHAT?
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Damn....Does the line start behind me?
The "Shepherd" Scopes are a rite haughty breed beein purty upity in price aren't they?
Do you have a catalog?
I am looking for a varmit scope. Really!
Thanks.
Charlie
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Bigamy is having one
wife/husband too many.
Monogamy is the same.


AntiqueDr
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(11/2/01 9:59:30 pm)
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Charlie, I have THE varmint scope.

Shepherd 6x-18x. V1 reticle pattern. A true long-range scope. Check out Shepherd Scopes for details, etc.


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Edited by: AntiqueDr at: 11/2/01 9:59:58 pm

BlackGun
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(11/2/01 10:16:30 pm)
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LTS] This one of Doc's creations





This Ruger by the way has a Butler Creek 18" carbon fiber barrel (.920"
diameter), Butler Creek synthetic stock, Power Custom internals (hand
prepped and polished), Stainless trigger with overtravel stop, Volquartsen
extractor, synthetic bolt buffer. Trigger pull set at 2 lbs with reworked
factory springs. Will shoot inside a dime at 50 yds.



rules for survival: Sight alignment, Breath control, & Trigger Squeeze
BlackGUN

Edited by: BlackGun at: 11/2/01 10:30:14 pm

LIKTOSHOOT
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(11/2/01 11:46:26 pm)
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BG, expect to receive pictures of my garbage gun soon, please post them here....so I can feel worse. Thanks LTS
America, we are the symbol of Freedom and Liberty......

BlackGun
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(11/3/01 12:01:36 am)
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This is LTS's low end shooter! He has several more that out ranks this one! Let's give credit where credit is do. Another super shooter, for the gang's enjoyment and pleasure! ! I'll drink to this one LTS!


"Quote from LTS"


All Power Custom titainum internals...hand fitted and polished. BC/CF 17" Tri-Port Barrel, Weaver, melted/welded mounts, receiver inside...hand polished, fixed barrel and a 1.3lbs trigger let off (CRISP!). Bolt and barrel faced for fit-up. It will shoot quarter sized groups at 65 yards......"with most any ammo." This is number#1 of four and is the worst of all. This is my squirrel gun. They hate it! The rest will shoot circles around it. I build them for fun


rules for survival: Sight alignment, Breath control, & Trigger Squeeze
BlackGUN

Edited by: BlackGun at: 11/3/01 12:54:44 am



LIKTOSHOOT
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(11/3/01 12:59:13 am)
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Thanks BG.....want to see a Romanian tack driver?????
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BlackGun
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(11/3/01 12:59:31 am)
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LTS Send me one of them hi cap mags! C.O.D!
rules for survival: Sight alignment, Breath control, & Trigger Squeeze
BlackGUN

Edited by: BlackGun at: 11/3/01 1:33:58 am

BlackGun
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(11/3/01 1:31:38 am)
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Romanian tack driver????????????? I'll show you mine if you'll show me yours! Tit for tat
LTS scroll down!




BITE ME
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BlackGUN
 
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