Approved For Use by the U.S. Army!
G96 Synthetic CLP Gun Oil has been APPROVED for use by the U.S. Army for 21st Century CLEANING, LUBRICATING, and PRESERVATION of both Small and Large Caliber Weapons and Weapons Systems. Military Specification MIL-PRF-63460E and NATO S-758 effective September 18, 2009. Click HERE to view our approval letter.
These specifications assure that our Synthetic CLP Gun Oil meets or exceeds the newest Military Standards. We welcome all Government Agencies, Law Enforcement Officials, Security Organizations, Hunters, and Sportsmen/Sportswomen to experience our products. Just take a look at the findings….
G96 Synthetic CLP Gun Oil has met the following specifications as tested by the U.S. Military/Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center (ARDEC). Please read the MIL-PRF-63460E specification for a complete listing of the approval criteria. Please click HERE to view the G96 results. You may also click on FAQ’s to view additional information on the testing process as well as additional information on all of our other products.
The U.S. Military/ARDEC findings included:
“Your candidate CLP, G96, not only recorded excellent performance in both the cold temperature test and the salt-spray test with no Class I stoppages in either, but your best two weapons averaged only 4 stoppages in the dust test against in the criteria of no more than 5, so we are pleased to qualify your current formulation.”
A sample of the criteria used to evaluate our CLP:
- Severe Cold Weather
- Sandy and Dusty Environments
- Salt Spray Corrosion Protection
- High Humidity
- Firing Residue Removal
- Corrosion Protection from Propellant Reaction Products
- and most importantly – LIVE FIRE tests conducted by ARDEC on M249′s after cold temperature, exposure to blowing dust, and after salt-spray conditioning.
Click HERE to view the CLP Qualification Testing Update Letter.
“Because of the severe nature of the test and corrosive damage to non-lubricated surfaces, only one weapon was dedicated to each lubricant. All weapons showed significant rust on the outside of the barrels, and some steel parts, but the weapon protected by your product had little or no evidence of corrosion in the receiver area, on the bolt or on the rails or spring assembly. Your product successfully passed this test with no stoppages in the 200 rounds fired.”