Hoppe's Releases No. 9 Synthetic Blend

by
posted on February 21, 2013
2013221133853-hoppe_f.jpg

2/21/2013

Hoppe's No. 9, developed 110 years ago by Frank Hoppe, was meant to fight the corrosive elements of smokeless gun powder. Today, Hoppe's continues as the industry leader in gun care cleaning products for modern firearms with the No. 9 Synthetic Blend bore cleaner. This new cleaner maintains the quality of the original formula, yet appeals to the needs of a modern gun. The blend provides a deep clean and removes carbon, lead and copper fouling; while being safe to use on materials such as anodized aluminum, titanium, steel, chrome, nickel, plastic, polycarbonate and rubber. Hoppe's No. 9 Synthetic Blend, which is made in the USA, has MSRP's ranging from $4.95 to $99.95.

For more information on Hoppe's No. 9 Synthetic Blend and other products, visit Hoppes.com.

Latest

Eotech Launches Anti
Eotech Launches Anti

EOTech Launches Anti-Counterfeit Measures

EOTech has launched a campaign targeting those who create and sell illegal copies of its military sighting systems.

The .405 Winchester: History and Performance

Now largely a forgotten footnote in cartridge development, the .405 Winchester was once the most powerful rimmed cartridge capable of use in a lever-action rifle and was a favorite of Theodore Roosevelt.

Colt Mustang .380 ACP: The Pocket-Size 1911

Based off the classic 1911 design, the small Colt Mustang chambered in .380 ACP is easily concealable and shares the same classic look in its tiny frame.

NRA Reschedules The Annual Members' Meeting

The NRA has rescheduled its Annual Members' Meeting to occur on Oct. 2, 2021 in Charlotte, NC.

The Men And Guns Of D-Day: 101st Airborne Division

Watch this segment of American Rifleman Television "The Men And Guns Of D-Day" to learn more about the men of the 101st Airborne Division, their stories and the firearms they used during "The Great Crusade."

Pat Garrett's Pistol Sells for Highest Price in History

The Colt Single Action Army revolver used by Pat Garrett to kill Billy The Kid sold at auction from Bonhams for more than $6 million dollars, in what is probably the highest price ever paid for a civilian firearm.

Interests



Get the best of American Rifleman delivered to your inbox.