If you're getting a good deal on the price it then yes, but I wouldn't pay retail. I didn't, and have a stash of a couple dozen bottles in 5/30 and 10/30. I doubt that using it would cause any harm to your engine.
Have you guys seen this report?
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The lower the number of pounds the better. Interesting that a simple mix of acetone and power steering fluid (PSF) works the best...
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Stuart Hughes</div><div class="ubbcode-body">
And then there was the:
.35 Remington - no direct Winchester counterpart. </div></div>
I have a .35, it's a Model 14 pump with a tubular magazine.
My favourite rifle.
I live in Winnipeg, and I put in Redline 5/30 this winter because I have a stash of the stuff I picked up on sale.
There is a discernible difference in the way it starts up, it seems to rev way easier than anything else I've used.
John Utting is recorded at various addresses in Borough between 1800 and 1824. He was Gunmaker to Police Office, Union Street, Southwark between 1798-1815
That being the case, this then is probably a converted pistol.
The only other gun I have seen on an online auction by the same maker was a flintlock. So perhaps it was a conversion kit! <img src="/forums/graemlins/LOL.gif" alt="LOL" title="LOL" height="19" width="15" /> I doubt that it would have been converted in recent history. Maybe back then when the...
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This is something my grandfather had.
The only thing I have been...