Marksman CLP – 2 OZ Gun & Bow Lubricant

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 8 customer ratings
(11 customer reviews)

$11.95

Infused with FR3 Nano Technology

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Multi-purpose cleaner, lubricator & protector
Smooths and restores gun actions
 Prevents rust and corrosion
Freeze resistant down to -50°F
Protects your firearms from failures
100% PAO Synthetic
Reduces powder & grime buildup for improved longevity & efficiency
Safe for all surfaces including woods, metals & composites

SKU: GUN02Z

Product Description

100% PAO SYNTHETIC
Hot Shot’s Secret MARKSMAN CLP GUN & BOW LUBRICANT is infused with FR3 Nano Technology which provides a superior level of wear reduction that protects under the harshest weather and firing conditions.

MARKSMAN CLP GUN & BOW LUBRICANT provides a smooth action for reliable performance and improved efficiency, all while cleaning and reducing powder and grime buildup.

Hot Shot’s Secret MARKSMAN CLP GUN & BOW LUBRICANT is excellent for triggers, slides, actions, cams, axles and more. It is safe for use on all areas of firearms and bows, including woods, metals and composites.

Made with pride in the USA.

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  1. Terry Vest

    5 out of 5 Best yet

    Terry Vest (verified owner)

    As a retired law enforcement officer (40 years ) the majority of which was as a firearms instructor, I have to say, this is the slickest stuff I have ever used! Not only is it slick, it lasts and lasts! Best yet!

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    • Levi

      Levi

      Thanks Terry!!

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  2. Austin

    Gun Lube

    Austin

    I’ve recently received a bottle of the Marksman CLP and am curious to see how it works. What I’ve been doing in the past is using the FR3 Friction Reducer and mixing a small amount of it with a Calcium Sulfonate NLGI #2 Grease to dilute and allow for easier spreading while still being able to stay in place. I have to say that I’ve been very happy with the results of this as I shoot on average 20-30k rounds per year and I’ve seen all wear marks stopped on the firearms I use it on. I even have 2 of the same pistol, and on one of them I use the mix and the other I use another gun oil, and the gun that I use the FR3/Grease mix on has performed flawwlessly while the bix box gun oil has had several non ammo related ftf, fte and stove pipe problems. I clean my handguns after they’ve fired 12-15k rounds, although I always ensure that they have proper lubrication. The FR3/Grease I didn’t have to apply additional fluid too during the 12-15k testing while the other lube did require re-application. I’ll be curious to see how the Marksman CLP Performs.

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    • Levi

      Levi

      Thank you!!

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  3. konviant

    5 out of 5 Great Product!

    konviant

    I recently received a bottle of Marksmen CLP and immediately went to clean and oil my guns. Haven’t had the chance to shoot them yet but I’m thoroughly impressed with it thus far. It spreads easily with minimum oil drip, the long tip lets you put the oil where you need rather than trying to drip it into hard to reach areas like most containers. I also like the peace of mind knowing my weapons can be stored with this oil, atleast till I can take them to the range.

    I do have a question though, could I use this product on “open to air” gears, I have a helical gear operated like a worm drive and am hoping this oil can be used to keep it in optimal condition. Constantly exposed to water/dirt/sand/metal flakes. Thanks!

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    • Levi

      Levi

      Thanks!! It really depends on your application. If your gears are smaller gears that don’t require a lot of extreme pressure additives (RC car nylon gears, for example) then the Marksman CLP would be a good fit. If you are using bigger industrial steel gears that require an extreme pressure additive we would recommend mixing the Marksman CLP with a water repelling grease (marine or something containing calcium sulfonate) about 50-50 for best results.

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  4. One person found this helpful
    James Letham

    James Letham (verified owner)

    Great lubricant for storage. Actions work well after sitting a long a long time.

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      Levi

      Levi

      Thanks James!

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  5. One person found this helpful
    James Letham

    5 out of 5 Confidence

    James Letham (verified owner)

    I feel confident that my firearms will perform as expected if necessity requires it.

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    • Levi

      Levi

      Thanks James!

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