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    may be a simple question, but any suggestions on where i can buy some break-free clp and Tetra grease around anchorage? i can't find any in eagle river (walmart, fred meyer, napa, schucks). thanks for any help.
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    I don't know of anywhere in eagle river to buy it. I have picked it up at sportsmans warehouse in the past(breakfree)

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    Yup sportsmans in Wasilla has it usually, if not I have extra if ya need some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hre814 View Post
    may be a simple question, but any suggestions on where i can buy some break-free clp and Tetra grease around anchorage? i can't find any in eagle river (walmart, fred meyer, napa, schucks). thanks for any help.
    Boondock maybe?

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    Tetra lube I have bought at Sportsmans and occasionally I think at GNG.

    Shooters Choice FP-10 and G96 is also very good, and much better than Break Free in cold temps. I think Sportsmans has it.
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    I got some CLP from Sports Authority.
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    I made the switch to synthetic Amsoil ATF not too long ago and I'm very pleased. I use Eezox synthetic for finer parts and the ATF for the semi-autos, pump shotguns and slide rails on the handguns. I'll look for the data I was forwarded on gun lubricants and ATF won in the top two I believe as having all the necessary properties. I went with Amsoil Synthetic for the cold temps and why not buy the best it's only $8.00 a quart, that will last me 10 to 15 years or so. Atf is one of the main ingredients in Ed's Red CLP mix.


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