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Ox-Yoke Wonder Lube

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Product Description

Wonder Lube has captured the attention of Black Powder enthusiasts all over the world. All natural product with a natural scent, does not alert nature to your presence. a great cover scent for you and your gun. Wonder lube enables consecutive shots with out cleaning between shots.  Comes in a 4 ounce jar.

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  1. Many uses, one of the best 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 17th Dec 2013

    I've used this product for many years. I treat the entire black powder arm with it. It protects, seasons the bore, seals the powder charge without contaminating it, gives wood a wonderful lustre with regular use, smells great, and doesn't turn into varnish when it comes into contact with burning powder, making things way easier to clean. Applied in areas prone to heavy fouling, you just wipe clean after shooting - no laborious scrubbing of caked on fouling. I really like it.

  2. Kulot 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 26th Jun 2012

    Out of all the comments that I have read, I have not seen the most irtnmpaot tip of a good muzzleloader hunt .in my opinion, the most irtnmpaot tip is not where you hunt, which brand or caliber muzzleloader, or even which load is the best combination, the most irtnmpaot tip for muzzleloader hunting is SAFTEY!!! I have all too often seen people loading a muzzleloader and have their head over the muzzle of the rifle, that would absolutely make for a bad day of hunting. After that first shot is fired, as all of us who have shot muzzleloaders know, loading that second round can prove to be difficult to seat the bullet. Position the rifle so that your head (or for that matter any unnecessary part of your or anyone elses body) is not in line with the muzzle, if it is too hard to push the round down the bore, if possible (depends on design of muzzleloader), pull the breach plug and swab the bore with a patch or brush, then coat the bore with a thin coat of bore butter or equivelent. Also in reguards to Mr. Strickland, when zeroing your scope at the range, its a pain to do, but clean the bore after every shot, a clean bore after every shot will have the exact results (or close to) as a cold bore shot, also try using 250gr shockwave sabots with 100gr (2 pellets) of triple 7 powder, and be absolutely sure your scope is a muzzleloader scope there is a difference between a regular rifle scope and a muzzle loader scope. I hope all this helps anyone that is new to the sport and I wish you all a good hunt!!