Slip 2000 Carbon Killer has now made cleaning your 37mm and 40mm Gas Guns simple, easy and safe. Our cleaning system is designed to remove the worst carbon and plastic buildups and reduce the time you spend cleaning and maintaining your weapons.
We took our cleaning system to Folsom State Prison training range and put on a cleaning demo. Here are the results:
This Gas Gun had not been cleaned for over 50 rounds. You can see the carbon and plastic buildup in the barrel.
The barrel was soaked in Slip 2000 Carbon Killer for 15 - 30 minutes. Soaking times may vary depending on prior usage of the weapon. Allow a few additional minutes, as we did here, when using our cleaning system on a weapon for the first time.
After soaking, a cleaning brush was run through the barrel.
With every pass of the brush, carbon and plastic wad fouling was literally removed in pieces and chunks. For extremely neglected or well used weapons an additional soaking may be required.
After brushing, the barrel was rinsed to remove any Carbon Killer residue and lingering carbon and plastic.
The clean barrel looks as good as new. Only drops of water from rinsing can be seen. For the best results use Slip 2000 Carbon Killer and Slip 2000 Gun Lube as a system.
Once clean, Slip 2000 Gun Lube was applied to the barrel. It will displace any moisture and help protect against rusting. Slip 2000 Gun Lube bonds with the metal, protecting it against black powder corrosion as well as preventing carbon and plastic from building up in the barrel. This will prevent jamming issues and reducing your next clean up time.
With repeated use of our products, most dirty weapons can be back in service within 15 minutes or less.
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