Originally Posted by uncleB
Normally when you hear a claim that is "Too good to be true" it is exactly that, while I dont doubt your claim it is interesting to me that the "MAGIC" ingredient in gun juice was tested back in 1972 on 4140 steel.
I would think that just by using common sense if this product was so miraculous why has it not been used much in the last 36 years?????????? has it been in a genie's bottle all this time?????
WOW I am just glad that someone stroked the genie bottle and saved us all.
Have YOU tried it? Many knock products they have never used is why I ask. It is easy to slam stuff with no 1st hand knowledge. I think like many products there are some willing to try a product, use it as directed and find that A) either the manufacturer was not totally truthful, or B) the product works as claimed, in which case a person either does or doesn't continue to use said product.
My personal experience is that Gun Juice IS a great product and works as claimed, and interestingly 36 years years later Microlon is STILL in business. I would have thought if the product did not work, that after 36 years they would have failed to survive in business.
It seems apparent to me that unless you are a huge banking institution, insurance company or a poorly managed auto maker, the government won't bail you out, so maybe Microlon has survived by making a product that IS used by some and in enough quantity obviosly to stay in business.