Field Tested: Rand CLP Gun Care Solution

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posted on August 8, 2017
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Forming a proper sight picture, trigger control and a steady hand are all important skills that shooting enthusiasts have to work diligently to develop. On the other hand, getting a favorite shooting iron good and dirty is pretty easy to do. Whether you pound through hundreds of rounds during a competition weekend or you’re firing just a few shots to sight in for the big hunt, it’s important to keep guns running reliably throughout the shooting event and to clean them up quickly when the day is done.

RAND Brand CLP (Clean, Lubricate, and Protect) is a one-stop gun care solution that provides a proprietary blend of nano particles suspended in a rare vegetable oil base to support smooth operation over the course of extended shooting sessions. Along with increased lubricity and heat tolerance, the nano particles penetrate the metal surfaces of a firearm to form a barrier against dirt, carbon build up, and corrosion.

Although we could talk the technology to death, the proof is in the performance. The semi-auto pistols I’ve pre-treated with RAND CLP cycled smoothly throughout entire evaluations without the lubricating oils burning off and then wiped clean with ease after. Tough to clean revolver surfaces, including the forcing cone and cylinder face, were cleaned in a fraction of the time usually required to scrub off heavy carbon build up. RAND CLP is non-toxic and biodegradable, which means there are no noxious fumes to pester the eyes or nose of the gun owner. Overall, RAND CLP has proven to be an effective and easy product to use.

MSRP: 0.6 oz. $3.50, 2 oz. $8.99, 4oz. $14.99

For more, visit randclp.com.

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