Re: Microlon Gun Juice Report
I was very sceptical about using ( snake oil ). I decided that i would start with my Ruger 10/22. After the cleaning job ( as bottle states ) you need to run a patch down the barrel and shoot while the product is still wet in barrel ( heat activated ).
I did notice that my average speed increased and my POI raised about 3/4 inch.
From there i went to my 223. I also noticed a average speed increase of about 30 fps and a POI that climbed over 1 inch. Barrel became very easy to clean and fouling was reduced. I since then have treated my 308,45 ACP and am getting ready to treat my 6MMBR. I would not reccomend this for a brand new rifle as i think one needs to get 100 or so rounds down it first. The big kicker for me was the grouping.
In all cases my groups did get tighter. I am very much impressed with what it seems to do. I now have over 25,000 rounds down my Savage FVSS 223. I have noticed no backing down in accuracy. I was able to drop my powder load by .3 gns and still have same MV. On a side note as stated in first post- It is a PITA and very time consuming to apply. I did mine all in one trip to the range. One just has to clean barrel very well in-between shots. For me, I just took one day off from work hit the range on a week day and spent 4 hrs to get it done.
I will be using this on every rifle or pistol i buy in the future. I have never used it in a older rifle so i can not comment on that side.
In short my benifits were
1- easier cleaning
2- increased MV
3- tighter groups
4- less powder ( minimal savings)
5- Increased barrel life- ( still waiting for the jury to come back,but is looking very good so far )
I do not sell this product nor do I endorse it in any way. It just seems to work very very well for me.