Gun Cleaner Test – M-Pro7 CLP

M-Pro7 Gun Cleaner is awesome for cleaning carbon, powder residue and other fouling but what about M-Pro7 CLP?

Does the M-Pro7 CLP clean as well as the Gun Cleaner?

Let’s do a test and see what happens.

Gun Cleaner Testing with H4831

Here the test setup….metal bar to burn powder on and some H4831 Smokeless Powder. First I apply the M-Pro7 CLP to the surface as you would with any firearm. Then I’ll pour about 50 grains of H4831 on top of the metal surface and ignite it…not once but twice.

Gun Cleaner Test - M-Pro7 CLP

Here’s the test surface with a liberal amount of CLP. I’ll use several patches to evenly spread the CLP and then wipe the excess off.

Gun Cleaner Test - M-Pro7 CLP

Here’s the powder charge.

Gun Cleaner Testing with H4831

Here’s the ignition…now let’s see the mess that’s left over to clean.

Giun Cleaner Test - M-Pro7 CLP

Here’s the burnt powder residue. It’s tough to remove without a good gun cleaner.

Gun Cleaner Test - M-Pro7 CLP Results

Now I’l spray some M-Pro7 CLP on top and let it soak for 10 minutes and then try to wipe the area clean.

Gun Cleaner Test - M-Pro7 CLP Results

Here are the results…the fouling wiped off very easily. The M-Pro7 CLP soaked into the carbon fouling and loosened it, making it easy to remove.

Conclusion: M-Pro7 CLP was an awesome product. It is no longer made but you can still buy the M-Pro7 Gun Cleaner and the M-Pro7 Gun Oil LPX. Both are excellent. Here’s a link to get some…M-Pro7 Gun Cleaning Products at Amazon.com