MLP Solid Lubricant Pen From Birchwood Casey

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It’s a must to keep your gun properly lubricated in order to ensure reliable function, especially if you’re using an AR platform. If you’re looking for a way to keep your gun lubed without messing with spray cans of oil or pots of paste, take a look at what’s new from Birchwood Casey: the MLP Solid Lubricant Pen. With this new pen you can keep your gun going without the mess of many other products.

According to Birchwood Casey the MLP Solid Lubricant Pen is made with a combination of molybdenum disulfide and pigments designed to halt corrosion. The pen coats your firearms with a semi-permanent, lacquer-like film to prevent malfunctions and reduce friction. It’s designed to withstand a wide range of conditions, continuing to work in temperatures from -320 degrees Fahrenheit to 300 degrees Fahrenheit, and is made to MIL-SPEC standards. In addition, the MLP Solid Lubricant Pen is made specifically so it will not be affected by such factors as various solvents, acids, degreasers, and oils.

Running your gun dry can result in a number of issues from failure to feed to actual damage to your firearm. If you need a low-friction lubricant in a simple, mess-free delivery system designed to work in extreme temperatures, this new pen from Birchwood Casey may be just what you need.

For a closer look, take a look at MLP Solid Lubricant Pen or visit the company’s website at MSRP $12.70.

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  • Nathan Means Nathan Means on Jul 29, 2015

    But does it smell like mint? Froglube smells like mint.....

  • Disintigrator Disintigrator on Jul 30, 2015

    I recently read (on a forum) that lubricants containing Molybdenum should not be used on aluminum surfaces... Apparently it has an effect similar to sandpaper.

    If it's true, then this pen should not be used on AR's.