Hoppe's Releases No. 9 Synthetic Blend

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posted on February 21, 2013
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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.

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