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Kleen Bore The Inhibitor Anti-Corrosion Gun Storage Bag Long Gun RIL219

 
Kleen Bore
RIL219
026249003336
23690
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Specifications and features:
6 mil. inhibitor storage bag for long guns
14"x54"
Protects guns and other metals from corrosion
Uses Vapor Corrosion Inhibitors
Protects up to 3 yrs.
Protects gun in normal and high-humidity environments
Non-toxic and non-flammable 
Total number of Reviews: 2

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1.0 5
"These bags for the long guns do not have a zip-lock closure as illustrated. The black ink on the package runs the entire length of the bag and easily rubs off on to your hands every time you handle the bag. The bags also have a funky metallic odor which seemed as if it would transfer onto whatever gun was placed inside. I returned them and have had better results with the aloksak element bags."
– Keith
5.0 5
"The bags do what they claim to do, and they do it well. It's not a general-purpose bag for storing food, or other items in, but is specifically for storing guns or other rust prone items for a long period of time. The \"metallic odor\" is the chemical treatment that prevents the guns from rusting. They do not come with a zip loc, but the instructions included are very detailed. Seal the open end with duct tape, packing tape, or anything else that will give you an air-tight seal, and it will do it's job for years on end. These are not short term storage bags - I use them when I have a need to put a firearm in relatively (more than six months) long term storage. If you cut the tape rather than the bag itself they are re-sealable, provided you have more tape on hand. I tested one a few years back when I had a need to store a bunch of rifles for a year. I didn't want to trust my collection them without verifying the claims somewhat. I put a rifle I didn't particularly care about in one, sealed it up, and left it in a leaky, damp barn during a rainy Oregon winter. Under normal circumstances I would have ended up with a really rusty gun, but when I opened up the bag four months later the gun was absolutely rust free. Guns come out of the bag with a slightly gritty feeling to them, due to the chemicals in the bag. This gritty layer evaporates off in about five minutes, leaving nothing on the gun afterwards. The ink on the bags do transfer off fairly easily, but that isn't a huge issue for me. If you get any bore cleaner on the ink it comes off even quicker. Hoppes no. 9 seems to wipe it right off. I've stored some fairly expensive firearms in these, and have never had problems. They're great at doing what they say they do, preventing corrosion on firearms stored for an extended period of time."
– Cyrano4747