Patriot Ordnance Firearms Now Being Treated with SEAL 1 CLP PLUS

Patriot Ordinance Firearms exclusive deal with SEAL 1 CLP Plus
Patriot Ordnance Firearms exclusive deal with SEAL 1 CLP Plus
SEAL 1, LLC
SEAL 1, LLC

Brownville, Maine-(Ammoland.com)- SEAL 1 is proud to announce that after extensive testing Patriot Ordnance Factory has begun treating all their firearms exclusively with SEAL 1 CLP PLUS.

Scott Lee from SEAL 1 had this to say:

“This is a strong statement from POF, they make top quality firearms and after testing they found that their guns performed even better when treated with SEAL 1 CLP PLUS®. We look forward to a long relationship with http://pof-usa.com/ and look forward to hearing more of their SEAL 1 success stories.”

About SEAL 1

SEAL 1 manufactures a complete line of gun care products at their factory in Maine. SEAL 1 CLP PLUS® products are bio-based and non-toxic. SEAL 1 CLP PLUS products Clean, Lubricate and Protect. No other products are needed. SEAL 1 and Done. “Get the Tactical Advantage”

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    I don’t think spending a few bucks on purpose designed CLP is a bad idea. Unless you are shooting everyday, all day, and cleaning your firearms constantly, usage is extremely minimal of any CLP. I use Gunzilla, bio based (unlike motor oil) so it is safer, cleaner and attracts less dirt and debris. This is the preferred CLP by many in the military whose lives depend on a fully functioning weapon. They literally buy this out of their own pocket, since the DOD makes vendors jump through so many hoops to get a good product into government service. A pretty… Read more »

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    fws

    The most important things to consider are sand, dust, dirt, and grime, and powder residue. How much of these stoppages does your gun oil attract? Cost should not be a consideration, bccause when push comes to shove, malfunctions will cost lives.

    Fred Green
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    Fred Green

    Anyone try transmission fluid?

    Rock
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    Rock

    Transmission fluid has VERY LITTLE lubrication quality. I wouldn’t recommend it. The Mobile 1 works GREAT, just watch it in a dust/grit area.

    Vanns40
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    Vanns40

    I suppose the discussion over gun cleaning and lubricant products will continue for ever. After checking the prices I’ll probably just stick with 10W30 Mobil1 for lubrication. I’ve used it on revolvers, semi-auto and full auto. From below zero to well over 100 degrees it works just fine. A qt. of Mobil1 costs about $8.00 vs $24.75 for 6oz of paste and 4oz of lube! Considering that the catch phrase on today’s firearms is “less lube is more”, a qt. will last a very long time.

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    MR. CHARLES

    Vanns40, well I learned something new today – never heard of anyone using 10W30 motor oil on firearms but I think it will work as you have said. Thanks for the information and tip. One question – will the motor oil also aid in cleaning a firearm???????????????????