Posted 27 August 2011 - 12:59 PM
I got my reply from Froglube customer service today.
I apologize for the late reply, we've been at a remote testing site torturing our guns with the lube.
I reload too.
I use FL on my bullets. I heat an amount in a crock pot, soak my bullets for about an hour on "low". Then pull 'em out, wipe them with a paper towel and then let them cool. Makes for a very slick bullet.
If you shift to FL for your guns:
You won't need Hoppes or bronze bore brushes any more. FL dissolves carbon and active corrosion on contact. When heated, it works better. It absorbs, it doesn't film. When it absorbs, it forms a very durable coating, like the seasoning of a frying pan. Things don't stick. Cleaning is simply a matter of wiping off fouling particles. I usually do it when the weapon is still warm. If you punch the bore with a clean patch, you'll see the lead come out. Again, works best when hot or warm. My bores look like mirrors & appear to be pretty much led free.
Thanks for your patience.
I'll be trying this as a bullet lube as well as a firearm lube. I gotta say that my first impression of this product was/is sceptical. All of the extremely positive comments reminded me of a multi-level marketing pitch, and maybe subconsciously Frog lube has a similarity to snake oil, amphibians and reptiles aside.
Anyway, I'm going to give it a go and see how it works out for me.
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