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Eye Cutter
02-10-2007, 18:17
sa lahat ng mga USA based brother BoG's

Can anyone help us find Carter's comp spray??? gundog and i have been googling for the carter's products pero puro articles lang lumalabas.
Tbrownell's and midway but zero results. baka naman meron sa mga local gunstores in your area, we'd appreciate the heads up!

Salamas mga kapatid!

02-10-2007, 18:55
doc found some carter at SM!

section ng mens clothes, mostly puti but they have boxers too:animlol:

Hirap maghanap niyan. pinahanap saakin ni joji but cant find any online

02-11-2007, 05:43

Jason, you're a dangerous man.

Eye Cutter
02-11-2007, 08:39
horge: you know what makes lead not stick to metal? yung carter kasi, hindi naman dini-dissolve yung lead e, it just makes it easier to pry the lead out

02-11-2007, 17:05

(Have you tried PAM cooking spray? :)
It's high-temp performance, it's definitely a lubricant, it doesn't
run about, is safe, cleans readily, and is easier to find and pay for
than most snakeoils. If it doesn't work, use it to cook!)

Just so onlookers aren't misled, Carter's/Tombstone Comp/Brake Spray
doesn't claim to ward off lead smears (otherwise it would've
been marketed as a barrel pretreat) but rather, to help prevent
adhesion of general, vaporized-metal fouling.

It's easy to find (unpaid) articles that tout, and even easier to
find actual user comments that diss, Carter's spray.

IANAS, but... almost any coating could 'work' some.
Of course, extended shooting would burn away a coating, and you're
back to square one. You may tend to shoot a LOT per trip, so I dunno.
Carter's may be a suspension of Teflon, with a quick drying binder to
keep the Teff from wandering. Again, most soluble coatings could
help, even dishwashing liquid: the question is how long they
withstand burnout.


Eye Cutter
02-11-2007, 17:38
gundog: there ya go! use non-stick oil spray for the comp

02-11-2007, 17:43
Originally posted by Eye Cutter
gundog: there ya go! use non-stick oil spray for the comp

next time dala rin ako egg! :animlol: :supergrin:

02-11-2007, 21:08
do they still sell carters? akala matagal na sarado ang company na ito..i used Carters before i shoot my open gun to prevent build up now i use break free Carbon cutter...mas ok kaysa Carters pero in the end kailangan pa din gamitan ng Ice pick....oh oo nga pala dont try the peroxide and vinegar mix tangal ang finish ng baril nyo...tsk tsk

02-11-2007, 21:15
Originally posted by ogiebb
oh oo nga pala dont try the peroxide and vinegar mix tangala and finish ng baril nyo...tsk tsk

even on titanium comps?

02-11-2007, 21:46
my buddies Ti comp had a few pitting after this mixture...tsk tsk pati yung bluing ng baril nya medyo nagfade

02-11-2007, 21:58
pang glock lang yung mix nayun diba?

02-12-2007, 00:30
Wala na nga talaga Carter's but i found MPro7 Gun Cleaner which seems to work the same, in paper ha because i haven't tried it. You can also get the MPro7 Bore Gel which you wipe on your comp before firing. Bibili ako para masubukan natin.

02-12-2007, 06:16
yung no stick spray "PAM" kaya na pang cooking pwede kaya gamitin sa comp?

02-12-2007, 08:20
basahin mo yung post ni horge

02-13-2007, 10:42
Try this.