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Frequently Asked Questions-
Why is Italian Gun Grease different than traditional lubricants?
Italian Gun Grease ™ (IGG) will improve your weapon's accuracy, performance, and reliability. Our proprietary HSM technology penetrates, seeks out and dramatically reduces points of friction. When IGG is applied to areas of metal to metal contact, the result is greater surface hardness and smoothness, reduced heat generation, enhanced velocity and more consistent shooting. IGG is a metal conditioning lubricant that may appear dry. Unlike oily lubricants IGG does not attract or allow carbon and dirt to bond and has a wider operating temperature. IGG will give you the advantage you need to make the next shot count.
Is Italian Gun Grease harmful to use?
No. IGG is environmentally friendly and very safe. We have an MSDS sheet posted on the website for you to take a look at and see for yourself.
Will Italian Gun Grease destroy the finish on my weapon?
No. Italian Gun Grease does not strip or destroy the finish on your weapon.
Will Italian Gun Grease harm plastic parts of my weapon?
No. IGG is not harmful to the plastic portions of your weapon. As with any lubricant, IGG advises you do not leave the lubricant on plastic portions of the weapon for long periods of time i.e. storage. Certain plastics have been known to show “spotting” if any lubricant is left on it.
What are the lower end operating temperatures for Italian Gun Grease?
IGG has been tested in Black Rapids, Alaska and Bozeman, MT at temperatures beyond -45 degrees with no freezing or weapon malfunctions. This is important for many people who carry in regions with lower temperatures during the winter and cannot risk the slide freezing in place. Historically special “Arctic Weather” lubricants would be used or no lubricant at all would leave the weapon without any type of protection from wear and rust. With IGG you do not have to use a different lubricant or risk leaving your weapon unprotected.
What is the flash point for Italian Gun Grease?
IGG has a flash point in excess of 430 degrees. This is 4 times the flash point of most lubricants and double some of the “high end” lubricants. Studies have shown that the internal metal in a 9mm pistol chamber exceed 300 degrees. The difference IGG provides is that the lubricant does not instantly burn off, like many competitors. This means that IGG continues to provide lubrication long after the first shot.
How many applications will I get out of one bottle of IGG Lubricant?
This will obviously depend on the amount you use per application but if you were to use .5ml of lube per application you should get about 225 applications of IGG Lube per 4oz bottle and about 350 per 6oz bottle.