MOLYFUSION TREATMENT

Discussion in 'Rifles, Bullets, Barrels & Ballistics' started by demarpaint, Jun 21, 2003.

  1. demarpaint

    demarpaint Well-Known Member

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    One of my coworkers who is also extremely interested in long range rifles asked me this question, and I told him I would get him an answer.

    Its called a Molyfusion treatment, or kit, or something like that. Anyway its used to treat metal, and when applied to a rifle bore, (not the bullet), it reduces friction and reduces fouling. Sounds to me like BS, but before I give him my opinion, I thought I would ask if any of you ever tried it.

    Some guys swear by Moly coated bullets, so I didn't want to pass judgment about something I know nothing about.

    Once again thanks for the help!

    Frank D
     
  2. clg9mm

    clg9mm Active Member

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    The sales guy was over on Brianenos.com pushing this stuff. It is primarily a handgun site. The guy couldn't give any solid evidence besides jimbob said it works great kind of thing. He was trying to claim that it altered the metal chemically in the barrel which gave it all its geewhiz improvements. Only problem is that several of the guys are engineers and called him on it. He went away mad.
     

  3. demarpaint

    demarpaint Well-Known Member

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    Thanks clg9mm:

    Sounds like Slick 50 for a barrel! My buddy was thinking it would cut cleaning time in half (wishful thinking!!!)

    Frank D