New Hoppe's Elite T3 Gun Oil

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posted on November 9, 2011
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Hoppe's, an industry-leader in gun care cleaning products and accessories since 1903, has introduced Elite T3 Gun Oil. To provide long-lasting corrosion protection and superior performance, Hoppe's has enhanced the popular Elite Gun Oil with a special T3 additive.

The T3 additive contains liquid molybdenum and liquid PTFE, a synthetic polymer with the lowest coefficient of friction known to man. The Elite T3 Gun Oil disperses in a thin coat across the entire surface of the bore and penetrates deep into every pore of the metal to condition the metal and provide long-term protection against fouling.

In addition, the advanced technology provides long-lasting corrosion protection to prevent separation or breakdown of metal surfaces at temperatures ranging from -40 degrees to 320 degrees. When used in combination with Hoppe's Elite Gun Cleaner, Elite T3 Gun Oil offers gun owners lasting protection of their firearm and reduces cleaning time by up to 80 percent.

With the reassurance that comes from a clean and well-conditioned firearm, Hoppe's continues to improve the most reliable gun care products on the market. Elite T3 Gun Oil is available in a 2 oz. bottle for an MSRP of $7.95 or a 4 oz. bottle for $12.95. For more information about Elite T3 Gun Oil, visit the product page online. To learn more about Hoppe's and its complete line of gun care products, visit www.hoppes.com.

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