The Italian Gun Grease (IGG) "Family" is packing up and heading out to the National NRA Show in St Louis, MO, located at 701 Convention Plaza. The dates are this coming Friday April 13 and will run through Sunday April 15. If you are going to the show, stop by booth 737 (Uselton Arms) to meet up and learn about these amazing products.
The weapons cleaners, optics cleaner, long term protectants, cleaning mats and kits are great, but the cornerstone products in this growing line are the Italian Gun Grease lubricants (Advanced, Black Powder, Tactical, True Grease and Reel Slick). These are specially adapted siblings of Green Stars' famous TVT formulas that harness the unbelievable friction cutting technology used in engines, manufacturing and mining.
The consistent praises and enthusiasm coming from shooters at the highest levels, including US Special Forces soldiers, is more than impressive. As the various hunters, competitive shooters and tactical users learn about the actual improved shooting results (very low spread rates, standard deviation, malfunctions,...), paired up with other valuable results (cleaning time cut up to 75%, being earth-friendly, not "stinky" and made in America), the demand is growing.
One of the soldiers said, "Lubricants basically protect the metal parts of weapons. Markedly improved shooting from a lube is unheard of, but the IGG absolutely makes a difference. I am sold."
If you cannot make it to the NRA show, we recommend that you go to the IGG website (http://www.ItalianGunGrease.com) and watch the demo video. Products can be ordered online. This is a fun company to work with. They are looking to bring new dealers and reps into "the Family." So give them a call at 847-669-1640, Marcus T. Kahn, Director.
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