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Break-Free CLP-4 Cleaner Lubricant Preservative Squeeze Bottle (4 -Fluid Ounce)
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- Penetrates and spreads along metal surfaces into every pit and crevice to undercut contamination and lift residue away where it can be removed.
- Long-lasting lubricating film dramatically reduces adhesion of sand, grit or other abrasives which cause wear and failure.
- Corrosion inhibitors prevent the formation of rust while Break-Free's unique boundary film protects metal surfaces from moisture and other contaminants.
- Specially formulated synthetic oils won't lose viscosity, dry out or stiffen up in extreme environments - such as cold, heat, dust, dirt, humidity and even salt air - keeping equipment in ready condition for months at a time.
- It has been proven to preform in temperatures ranging from -65F to +475F and after saltwater immersion
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My excellent High Standard .22 competition pistol was was failing to extract cases or sometimes chamber a new cartridge, and I was getting tired of regularly shooting alibi strings in Bullseye practice or matches. Careful cleaning and use of any number of regular, high-quality gun oils or Mobil One didn't seem to help, and the ammunition was not at fault. I resigned myself to sending the pistol off to a specialized gunsmith and sitting out a season. Then I tried this product by chance. After cleaning carefully with solvent, then stripping away all traces of old lubricant and cleaner using paint thinner, I cleaned with Break-Free and then carefully lubricated the pistol.
The next practice session that evening went smoothly without a malfunction. Coincidence? By continuing to use Break-Free to clean and lubricate, I shot tens of thousands of additional rounds without single problem. Night-and-day difference!
This product works even better as a cleaner if the product is applied at the range when you are finished firing, and perhaps while the firearms are still a bit warm. This way, the cleaner starts to penetrate and clean your firearms as you drive home. You can also then wait a day or two to clean them this way as long as the wipe down has been thorough.
In later years, I have used the Tetragun line of oils and light grease,and feel those are clearly superior. The very light grease is especially useful in particular places where you want a lubricant to last and stay put (even in very cold weather). However, since these products are difficult to find, Break-Free is still a great second choice. (Look for a moly-containing gun grease.Read more ›
Knowing several former M249-ers from the military, only one of them used CLP (because he had to, and hated it) and few used LSA. Most of them used MilComm TWB25, Mobil-1, Militec, & Slip2000 EWL. They all use the below listed newer lubricants on their AR15's now.
I used it for a LOOOONG time because there was nothing else available. But, now there are alternatives. Slip 2000 EWL, Rand Nano-CLP, FIREClean, etc......all do a vastly superior job on lubricating and protecting my firearms. Further (and ironically), they also make them easier to clean than the even the LIBERAL use of BF CLP.
Also, for AR15 owners, BF CLP is a failure and here's why: it contains particulate teflon. I can't think of a worse substance to insert into what is tantamount to the combustion chamber in an automobile engine (the tail of the bolt; i.e. the gas expansion chamber) than a thin petroleum distillate liquid with suspended pieces of particulate teflon.
If anybody has every wondered why you have to scrub the base/tail of the bolt with so much effort and vigor when using CLP...it's because BF CLP actually makes this carbon build-up worse than not using BF CLP at all.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Highly recommend for all your guns. Cleans and protects in one fell swoopPublished 5 hours ago by TOB
Performs as designed. Just don't know what the straw was for since it won't fit into the tip.Published 1 day ago by Michael D.
Used this before, great for cleaning carbon from firearms (and oddly brake dust for car wheels)Published 5 days ago by Billium