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    Anschutz Ceramic Gun Coating?

    Please check this out and tell use what you think:

    http://ahg.anschuetz-sport.com/index...e16ba6b21e8fe4

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    Quote Originally Posted by John S View Post
    Please check this out and tell use what you think:

    http://ahg.anschuetz-sport.com/index...e16ba6b21e8fe4
    pretty girls representing, what's not to like?

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    probably cures cancer also

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    They're a couple of dismissive answers considering that you're talking about the most consistently successful accuracy firearm manufacturer in history.

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    Sent them an email with a couple of questions. Will get back with what I learn.

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    Dry is good!

    Hopefully, it doesn't smell bad either. At least they don't talk about "penetrating the pores of the steel". Wasn't that a claim for Frog Lube? Oh, but Frog Lube was biodegradable and "totally natural".

    If this stuff works, I might have to get rid of that bottle of Break-Free I've had for about 35 years.

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    Thanks to Boyd and John.

    I really don't think Anschutz would be pushing Snake Oil.

    Sure would like to know what ceramic lubricant really is.

    I'll wait for Boyd's reply.

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    Nobody"s saying it's snake oil.... but "ceramic lubricants" are neither new nor proprietary to Anschutz. AFAIK every lubrication mfgr offers a ceramic version just like every rifle mfgr endorses a lubricant.

    https://www.amazon.com/Finish-Line-C...amic+lubricant

    https://www.amazon.com/Muc-Off-870-C...amic+lubricant


    https://www.amazon.com/Walter-53D852...amic+lubricant

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    I am just having a hard time with understanding the "ceramic" part, I assume this is nano technology with boron nitride (what ever that is); however if it contains Teflon, I would not use it on a firearm because Teflon in my experience burns and causes parts to stick. Seems like the bicycle folks like this stuff.

    I am going to the Shot Show and always visit with Anschutz. Might have to practice my German.
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    Anderson Rifles

    touts their RF85 process that allows their AR-15 go "5000 rounds without a drop of oil". https://www.andersonrifles.com/5000-...a-drop-of-oil/

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    They got back to me and will be sending some for testing. I will be sure to let you know what my results are. I am planning to treat all of the action parts of a "stock" Remington 700, and testing bolt operating force with an old Chatillion trigger pull gauge that measures to 15#. If that result is favorable, I have a couple of custom action s that I plan on trying it on. Evidently Champions Choice stocks it.

    Boyd

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    Yes. Champions Choice is where I saw it.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by John S View Post
    Yes. Champions Choice is where I saw it.

    Thanks
    11.00 for the lube and 14.25 or so shipping. It'll have to wait until I need something else to go with it. If a dry lube can be effective on tight custom actions I would be all for it. I would continue to use a high pressure grease on the lugs, of course. Several products have been introduced to address the "sticky" feeling that BAT bolts are prone to. At least one of the new products is nothing more than pharmaceutical grade "sweet oil" which is olive oil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alinwa View Post
    Nobody"s saying it's snake oil.... but "ceramic lubricants" are neither new nor proprietary to Anschutz. AFAIK every lubrication mfgr offers a ceramic version just like every rifle mfgr endorses a lubricant.

    https://www.amazon.com/Finish-Line-C...amic+lubricant

    https://www.amazon.com/Muc-Off-870-C...amic+lubricant


    https://www.amazon.com/Walter-53D852...amic+lubricant

    If you look at some of the related products the last link leads to you probably would indeed think "snake oil"

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    Quote Originally Posted by SGS View Post
    If you look at some of the related products the last link leads to you probably would indeed think "snake oil"
    Those should just be Amazon linkies......what did I screw up LOL!.....???


    BTW, I use Daveyyy Dohrrmannn's sizing wax or Imperial sizing wax for SS bolt lube on some of our wet cool days...

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