FS Hexagonal boron nitride 70 nm

Discussion in 'Reloading Equipment and Components' started by 1917, Aug 27, 2009.

  1. 1917

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    Same as David Tubb uses 70 nm MK-hBN-N70-Nano. Three grains per batch of 50 to 100 bullets works for many people. Place in sealed container with shot or BB's then tumble or vibrate.

    I had to buy a pound out of country so selling small amount for folks to try. 250 grains bags enough for 8,000 bullets $20 shipped conus.
     
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    btt. still available.


    Have great results with 22lr. Couple of mine bought second hand and they have been good shooters. But not knowing exactly how much and what kind of ammo had been used I took 100 22lr ammo, cleaned with acetone and dried, and with the tip of a knife blade full of HbN put in a plastic container hand shook for couple min and it sticks to the bullet, easy to wipe it off the brass.

    After the 100 my groups almost 1/2 size and ammo that wouldn't shoot well before now shoots better as well.
     
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    I'll try some...pm with payment info please.
     
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    pm sent
     
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    pms answered
     
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    btt all the way
     
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    Same as David Tubb uses 70 nm MK-hBN-N70-Nano. 1 micron is 100 nano-microns. So, 70nm is about 1/2 the size of 1 micron, 1/4th the size of 0.5 microns.

    Three grains per batch of 50 to 100 bullets works many people report. Place in sealed container with lead shot or BB's then tumble or vibrate.

    Many guys have used this for years and report it is better than moly in reducing barrel heat, longer barrel life, improved accuracy, ease of application same as moly, and no toxic risk potential.

    Have bought HbN from retailers such as in Canada.

    Using the Imperial measurement it was short on wt. Troy pound is 13. something ounces. Also was short on quality. HbN naturally absorbs moisture from the air and if it has done so then your not getting pure HbN.

    Now I buy from the manufacturer and can tell the difference. So, for sale is pure 70nm HbN 250 grains bags enough for 8,000 bullets $20 shipped conus.