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1-2-3 How to Clean Your Firearm

Hoppe’s 9 has been a long time favorite with gun owners as a quality cleaning product. Hoppe’s has introduced a step-by-step guide that provides information every gun owner should know to protect their investment and ensure proper cleaning and lubrication.


Start off your cleaning with Hoppe’s Black Gun Cleaner to remove carbon fouling. Hoppe’s Black Gun Cleaner is formulated to remove high levels of carbon to ensure accuracy and extend the life of your firearm.


Next, use Hoppe’s Black Copper Cleaner to remove residue and avoid copper deposit buildups. Since Hoppe’s Black Copper Cleaner is formulated for high round-count firearms, it will remove the toughest copper from your barrel


Follow up Hoppe’s Black cleaners with a thin coat of Hoppe’s Black Precision Oil to friction areas and mechanical parts on your firearm. This high performance lubricant will assist in minimizing malfunctions and help protect against corrosion and rust on and off the range with a temperature range of -65°F to 540°F.


Use Hoppe’s Black Gun Grease in high friction areas to alleviate stress where metal parts contact other moving parts. Since our Gun Grease shares the same temperature rating as the Precision Oil, it will not gum up your firearm when performance is your top priority.


Finish off your cleaning with the Hoppe’s Black Lubricating Cloth. This cloth is safe to use on any type of stock and will add the finishing touch to your firearm by eliminating all fingerprint residue and moisture on external surfaces, leaving a protective coat.

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