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Like your opinion on a good rust prevention for pistols , shotgun and rifles.
Not for storage but for ready use.

Anyone try this product before?

Boeshield T-9

https://www.gun-tests.com/issu...-1.html#.W7k-lhopChA


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I've used Boeschield T9 in the marine industry and while it's great at corrosion it is or turns into a sticky mess. I haven't had any issues with just Breakfree CLP on mine, this is in a Safe in an un-airconditioned garage in South Florida with a humidity rod in it.
 
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Like your opinion on a good rust prevention for pistols , shotgun and rifles.
Not for storage but for ready use.

Anyone try this product before?

Boeshield T-9

https://www.gun-tests.com/issu...-1.html#.W7k-lhopChA


If you have the money NP3 plus has excellent corrosion resistance and it also makes your internals slick as snot. The only down fall is that it is a treatment so you can not change the color. Having said that, I have used it for just the internals and it works great. It even make the trigger pull smoother and a little bit lighter.


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Not sure what you are looking for? But as Jimmy123x says you for sure don't want T-9. Almost every test I have seen shows CLP does a pretty good job, and with a good gun oil/grease on the parts that need that it would be a pretty decent base. But I'm guessing you don't mean on your person since having a 3 gun setup carried would be a little awkward. Thus I really think what you want is either VCI bags or VCI in the storage environment.


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I’ve used this stuff with satisfactory results:

https://www.eabco.net/RustePru...oth-Kit_p_13580.html




 
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I have been using Remoil spray in Florida for nearly 40 years and have never had any corrosion issues. Spray it on and wipe off the excess. RIG grease for long term storage. I see no need to use gooey stuff on my guns and we are in a hot humid place.


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I have been using Remoil spray in Florida for nearly 40 years and have never had any corrosion issues. Spray it on and wipe off the excess. RIG grease for long term storage. I see no need to use gooey stuff on my guns and we are in a hot humid place.



This is what I have been doing since I was about 12 with my hunting guns. Works great.
 
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