Keep reading to get the details on my Sage & Braker CLP review.
My friend Fred (from Hunting the Rat and Sage & Braker) recently informed me of a cool new type of CLP (Clean, Lubricate, & Protect) developed by Sage & Braker for cleaning guns. He promised that it would be a vast improvement over the military issue CLP I was familiar with and wanted to see what I thought about it. I’ve gotten a chance to test it out, so without further ado, here is my Sage & Braker CLP review.
Anyone who has ever spent any time in the military is probably pretty familiar with CLP: it’s the solvent and lubricant used for just about every weapon in the military’s vast inventory. You usually see it in large spray bottles that everyone uses to soak their weapons with after a trip to the range. Then, they all spend the next few hours scrubbing their weapons to remove the fouling, dirt, and grime that was accumulated on them. It smells really bad and once you get it on your skin, it’s really tough to get it out. That being said, the military issue CLP works reasonably well.
So what is special about Sage & Braker CLP then?
To top it all off, Sage & Braker CLP is non-toxic, biodegradable, and made in the USA. It even smells good. Though it’s tough to precisely describe the smell, one guy said in an Amazon review that it smells like “bourbon with a squeeze of citrus” (smell it for yourself to see what I mean). What’s not to like?
If you want to buy some Sage & Braker CLP for yourself, head on over to Amazon or the Sage & Braker web site. It is well worth the money to buy a bottle of this stuff to use on your firearms. It’s pretty simple to use as well. Check out the YouTube video at the bottom of the page for quick demonstration on how to use it with a Sage & Braker bore snake.
Reliability & Durability: 5/5
Size & Weight: 5/5
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Endorsement Disclosure: Per the guidelines of the Federal Trade Commission, the product reviewed here is an endorsement and I received compensation by “in-kind” payment to review the product.