We have secured a deal with the official UK Distributor of Sentry products and a range is now offered on our Forest and Hill website ( see signature ).
We carry a selection of their line, but can obtain on demand anything from their range.
On hand are - ( prices are all including post )
Gear Care Kit Tin - £20.65
Contains a pouched Tuf Cloth, Tuf-Glide lubricant pen, GATCO ceramic sharpener and applicator/cleaning buds in a tin with plastic windowed lid.
BP-2000 Moly Bisulphide Powder - £10.73
Sub-micron powder that bonds with metal. Dry, non-stick and wont attract grit & dirt. Ideal for trigger lubrication.
Hi-Slip Grease Syringe - £8.65
Synthetic Moly grease - ideal for locking lugs etc.
Tuf Cloth - Pouch £8.70, Tub £9.50
Marine Tuf Cloth - Pouch £9.10, Tub £9.99
Metal protector and lubricant. Bonds with metal to provide dry film protection ( Marine version remains visible ). Longer lasting protection than traditional silicon cloth and much less mess than an oily rag.
Marine version is for 'Extreme' environments - eg near salt water.
All versions are a 12"x12" lint free cloth - just wipe over and let dry - takes about 5 minutes.
The Marine version is 'as used by SEALS' - so must be good 'cos I've never seen a picture of a rusty Seal. Though you'd think the lubrication would make it harder to balance a ball on their nose?
Smooth-Kote 2oz + applicator brush - £13.75
A Moly Disulphide suspension. Apply and let dry - about 10 mins. Surface colour is dark gray. Bonded dry lubrication - great for 22 rimfire semi-autos - blow back debris has nothing to stick to. Clean up with a quick wipe or blow out. Removed by solvents and requires touching up occasionally.
Makers claim great as a bore conditioner - we're testing that and will revert.
Do use the brush - its a @ugger to wash off your hands!
Tuf-Glide 1/4oz Pen - £7.75
Synthetic mineral oil lubricant and protector. wet lube, but very fine and resists grit & dirt build up. Good for light lube on folding knife pivots and locks.
Order via the F & H website listed below - sits under the rifle gear tab.
Any questions, please drop me a PM.
Many thanks for looking.