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Hoppe’s has gone tactical! The company claims their Black line of cleaners and lubricants can withstand temperatures ranging from -65°F to 540°F. So operators operating operationally seeking optimum operationalness can now do so in Chicago’s winter wonderland or Texas’ searing summer without changing gun lube. Price not specified. Here’s the presser:

OVERLAND PARK, Kansas – January 13, 2017 – Hoppe’s, the best-known name in gun care products, releases a new high-performance line of cleaners and lubes designed specifically for the needs of modern shooters. The formulations in Hoppe’s Black line deliver maximum performance in high-round count, gas-operated firearms such as pistols and modern sporting rifles.

“High-performance firearms deserve high-performance protection, and Hoppe’s Black delivers,” said Hoppe’s Product Manager Laurie Kokoruda. “The Hoppe’s Black formula is designed for MSRs and other high-volume firearms, but will work with any gun.”

Designed to withstand a wide range of temps from -65°F to 540°F, Hoppe’s Black will prepare and maintain modern firearms in any situation. The premium line is comprised of a Gun Cleaner, Precision Oil, Copper Cleaner, Grease Syringe and Lubricating Cloth. The molecular composition of each differs for maximum performance and delivers a superior clean and temperature range.

Hoppe’s, a Vista Outdoor brand, serves shooters of all disciplines, offering gun care products that meet the rigorous standards established more than 110 years ago. For more information visit

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    • AR-15’s can easily get extremely hot internally when fired rapidly. That is why most modern lubricants are rated for temperatures that seem extreme.

  1. The real question is, have they fixed their issue of the bottles not sealing and leaking all over if stored sideways or knocked over?

    • This! Love their products, but this this this!

      So sick of wiping up oil, and my wife getting angry because, “your gun juice spilled again and it smells!”

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