Aerospace and Semi-conductor Technology Meets the US Firearms Industry

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Lubricants used in Aerospace and Semi-Conductor applications are considered to be the most advanced in the world. Now, a new company called Molecular Advantage is making this technology available to firearms enthusiasts as well as gun manufacturers.

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Molecular Advantage lubricants will maintain their chemical structure and lubrication properties when subjected to the extremely hot environment inside of guns during operation and continue to work where other lubricants fail.

Lubricants used in Aerospace and Semi-Conductor applications are considered to be the most advanced in the world. Now, a new company called Molecular Advantage is making this technology available to firearms enthusiasts as well as gun manufacturers.

For the last fifteen years Ben Clarke, President of Molecular Advantage, has been involved in the development of specialty lubricants for applications in the highly technical and demanding aerospace and semiconductor industries. Ben is also a firearms enthusiast and enjoys the engineering that goes into the design of firearms. When a firearm is properly lubricated, it should work without failure but he was experiencing failure in his own guns, even though he kept them well maintained. With his background in advanced lubricants, he set out to create something better. Developed in a state-of-the-art lab right here in the United States and based out of Lompoc, CA, Molecular Advantage has produced a gun lubricant that doesn't burn, smell, or change chemical structure in any way other than a slight thinning in viscosity as temperature rises. The chemical composition of Molecular Advantage oil and grease is completely different from the carbon based oil used in today’s gun lubricants. The result is that Molecular Advantage lubricants will maintain their chemical structure and lubrication properties when subjected to the extremely hot environment inside of guns during operation and continue to work where other lubricants fail. It will also perform equally well in extreme cold situations.

Molecular Advantage is the most advanced lubrication technology available to gun enthusiasts to date. The differences between Molecular Advantage and the carbon based gun lubricants are night and day. This link, http://youtu.be/5jh1QzxO9xY, will take you to a YouTube video which shows Ben Clarke subjecting Molecular Advantage and three other popular gun oils to direct flame. The results may surprise you.

It all boils down to this, Molecular Advantage is a new and unique gun lubricant that was developed by MOA. MOA doesn't burn, smell, or change its chemical structure when subjected to the extreme temperatures and friction that occur while firing. Other gun lubricants break down under heat and friction, thereby losing the temporary protection they give your weapon system.

Molecular Advantage products are proudly made in the USA.

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Molecular Advantage Advanced Synthetic Gun Oil
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