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Most of the practical shooting community is in their “off season” as most major matches run between March and November. For me, it’s a great time of the year to spend more time with family and friends, recharge my competitive batteries, but also to prepare my firearms for the upcoming shooting season. That means going through each of the firearms I shoot in competition and doing a complete disassembly and a through cleaning and lubrication - magazines too. The product that I’ve been using to accomplish this task in recent years is Silicon Spray from Rainbow Technology. In short, Silicon Spray is the best product I’ve found to clean and lubricate a firearm because it was developed by Rainbow Technology for industrial applications. It was developed to successfully lubricate and protect molds, motor bearings, linkages, tools, meters, locks, switches, and other industrial equipment which are required to function reliably in working temperature ranges between -40°F to 400°F. Similar products developed by and for the firearms industry simply aren’t developed to these specifications. And because Silicon Spray is widely used by an industrial market that’s much broader than relatively small pool in which the firearms industry exists, Silicon Spray is a much less expensive product than those only marketed within the firearms industry - economies of scale. Silicon Spray costs just $3.95 per can on Rangestore.net.

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Posted by John B. Holbrook, II on Oct 17, 2019 Let’s face it – most ranges that we competitive shooters frequent for our events are out in the absolute middle of nowhere. Particularly in the Southeast and Midwest, ranges tend to be in the middle of very woodsy areas which are far from dense population areas. At nearly every range I’ve ever been to, bugs have been a consistent problem. I’ve seen mosquitos that seemed big enough to carry you away. I’ve also seen my gun cart completely covered by sweat bees, just daring me to try and retrieve any of my...

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