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EXTREME FORCE: The Most Advanced Lubricant For Your Weapons. Under The Most Extreme Conditions.
Extreme Force is the weapons lube you've been looking for. This heavier bodied lubricant will absolutely stay where you put it, no matter the test, no matter the condition. Exceptional anti-friction additives give all moving parts that silky feel of smoothness and improves the effectiveness of all operating systems.
Extreme Force base lubricants have stood the test under the most grueling conditions of high-heat, high-pressure industrial trials while being exposed to everything man and nature could throw at it. Special protective ingredients will prevent rust and corrosion during severe and prolonged conditions.
From handguns to all-out Miniguns and everything in between, Extreme Force will excel whatever the test. Bring it on!
Extreme Force has the additives that allow it to provide the needed protection from -30 below to 450 degrees. Special additives prevent contaminants from sticking to surfaces allowing easy cleaning of all systems. Material is Not Considered To Be Hazardous According to Regulatory Guidelines (Avoid Contact with Skin and Eyes). Storage: Store Away From Direct Sunlight in a Dry, Cool & Well-Ventilated Area Away From Incompatible Materials
Material Safety Data Sheet: https://media.wix.com/ugd/1ef0f9_0caf29f20bec43fbbc79d08aecb4bf81.pdf
TOP INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS:
The bottle has two top options. The Dropper Tip and the Needle Nose. The bottle ships with the Dropper Tip and Child-Proof Safety Cap installed. To install the Needle Nose, remove the Dropper Tip by gently squeezing the bottle and using your nail lift that top off the bottle. Once removed, screw on the Needle Nose. To switch to the Dropper Top, unscrew the Needle Nose and snap the Dropper Tip in place. Changes out in seconds. Use the top that works best for your application.
ASIN#: B06WGML48P

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From the product sheet: “Ingredient Name: Base Oil-Highly Refined, Methacrylate copolymer, Residual Oil, Petroleum Solvent Refined”

I looked up these ingredients. Methacrylate copolymer is a cosmetics and food additive. I believe it’s what makes this stuff sticky. The rest is just good old oil except for the solvent which acts as a cleaning agent.

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It's basically ATF fluid and kerosene...a variation of Ed's Red bore cleaner..They just add methacrylate as a thickener.
At these silly prices, you might as well buy a bottle of Krytox™ .which is the highest performing lubricant available.

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bucks for 1qt of gear oil vs 15ml of this.

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SprinCo MGL is way better

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Not sure what app the poo-pooing here is. Amazon reviews are a great source of info (better than here, it seems). As on reviewer stated, the shit ain't for everyone. The people who buy this over regular CLP are the same type of people who can actually *appreciate* a 4K TV over a 1080P one. Personally, I got it for my EDC, as I'm tired of gun lube that doesn't stay where you put it.

DEFINITELY not automatic transmission fluid. That person is a fucking idiot. If you were to put this in a transmission, shit would likely break.

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Agreed. This stuff is pretty good. It’s a middle ground between traditional thin gun oils that run/drip off and grease which is too thick for some parts. I like this stuff

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It's repackaged Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF). That's why it's red.

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Helpful hint...when changing the tranny fluid in your car, use a professional. Something tells me you may try to use Cherry Kool-Aid as an alternative fluid 'just because it is red'.

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Any thoughts on using a high friction lube (for your guns) like the ones that come for hair clippers? ie Wahl?

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Ooohhhhh *Extreme Force* 50 mil / 1.69 0z $11.95 free ship over $25.00 - Ya ok .

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Any users of Mobile 1 here, opinions?

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Use whatever motor oil I have in the garage. Never had a problem. Ever.

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Nothings any better than a good can of WD-40

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At over $800 a gallon you're gonna need a low friction lube cause you're getting f#cked.

What a joke. Wake up folks.

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Math check.
11.95 for one half ounce (call it 12 to make it easy) so figure $24 per ounce.
x
128 ounces in a gallon
=
$3072 per gallon

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Really good lubricant...and cleaner...

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Better than CLP?

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