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MIA...Gun Lube Allems uses

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Shooting Coach, Nov 18, 2008.

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  1. Shooting Coach

    Shooting Coach Well-Known Member

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    I am a distributor of this fantastic lube.

    PM if interested. $8 per tube shipped. $13 for 2. The mailing bags I use will hold 2 tubes. Tn sales subject to 47 cents State Tax. This stuff will STOP metal-to-metal contact. I use it on hinges, knuckles, ejector sears and rods, and sear surfaces. A little goes a LONG way.

    It will keep choke tubes from loosening when hand tightened.

    I make $1.50 per tube and must drop it off at the Post Office, so you can figure that I don't try to take anyone to the cleaners.
     
  2. almost unemployed

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    Shooting Coach is the guy to see for this product.
     
  3. jerryw

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    Shooting Coach,

    You have PM

    Jerry Walker
     
  4. CharlesK80

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    Shooting Coach...If you make $1.50 profit per tube ,and sell one tube for $8.00, how can you make any money selling two tubes for $13.00, which is your cost for two tubes?

    You should charge more for the two tube offer. Was there a misprint?
     
  5. Shooting Coach

    Shooting Coach Well-Known Member

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    It costs about the same to ship two tubes in an envelope as one tube. I am not charging shipping on the second tube.
     
  6. CharlesK80

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    Your product is excellent. Just do not want to lose a distributor.
     
  7. Shooting Coach

    Shooting Coach Well-Known Member

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    No problem

    I use it on services and repairs, and on my own guns.
     
  8. skeet_man

    skeet_man Well-Known Member

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    I used CMD for the longest time, but didn't like the way it "melted" when the gun got hot (it doesn't tend to get too hot here in NY, but I do shoot when its 85 to 90 out, esp when I travel, and when it melted it tended to leave me with no protection on the knuckle). I'm trying out Pro-Shot's Pro Gold grease, supposed to be more temperature stable (it sure is pretty anyways LOL), if I have the same issue, i'll just go back to the CMD and apply more often LOL.
     
  9. Shooting Coach

    Shooting Coach Well-Known Member

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    I am not trying to hawk the product, but I shoot a lot in the summer in Dixie. It gets HOT down here. Add a quick round of ATA Dubs and the gun is about too hot to touch in August.

    I put the lube on needed areas, open and close the gun several times, then wipe off the excess and go to the line.

    I do have the obsessive/compulsive habit of wiping off grease and properly cleaning and relubing the gun every time I shoot it. It gets cleaned and relubed Sat night even though I am going back to the club Sun.

    I have had really good results with it or would not be using or selling it.
     
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    All replies have been answered and lube is going out today.

    I have more, if needed.

    Two tubes for $13, shipped. Heckuva deal. LOL
     
  11. GunDr

    GunDr Well-Known Member

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    I've been using it for over 20yrs. It's marketed more as a center lube to be used on lathe centers.

    CMD does have it in a smaller tube and market it as a sportsmans lube. I don't think they sell it as an individual tube. You may have to buy it by the case or two.

    Kolar also uses it during the fitting process of all of their guns.

    It works great. I like that it's in a sealable tube, unlike the tube of wheel bearing grease I have on the bench.
     
  12. claybrdr

    claybrdr Well-Known Member

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    I sent a PM that is unanswered.
     
  13. Shooting Coach

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    Dear CW

    I sent you a post. I have had a little more response than I would have thought. Thanks, guys and gals.
     
  14. Jawhawker

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    skeetman, are you sure it was CMD? This is the only lube that I have found in 40t years of shooting that didn't fail....

    Its also recommended for Precision Triggers.
     
  15. Shooting Coach

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    I drive so slow, I was blipped by an unmarked car yesterday who just wanted to pass. LOL

    Go ahead. I can get more. I need the buck-fifty profit! :^)
     
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