They say that our sense of smell is the one most connected to our memory. For millions of gun owners, the smell of nostalgia is the smell of Hoppe's No.9. This gun cleaner has been a staple of the shooter's cabinet ever since it was introduced, and that unmistakable aroma brings us right back to helping Grandpa clean his guns as kids. There was only ever one problem with Hoppe's No. 9, and that is that you always need more.
After all these years, Hoppe’s No. 9 Gun Bore Cleaner is still the most popular remover of powder, lead, metal fouling and rust. The company's Gun Lubricating Oil is the go-to oil refined for protecting firearms. Now that consumers can buy both of these gun-cabinet must-haves--which are the same formulations as the smaller bottles--by the gallon, you'll always have the comforting feeling of having enough Hoppe's.
The one-gallon containers of Hoppe’s No. 9 Bore Cleaner and Gun Lubricating Oil are designed with built-in handles and a wide mouth with twist-off caps to make pouring more manageable. You can pour your Hoppe's into smaller bottles to take with you on range trips (or to use like cologne, which many gun owners have been seriously tempted to do).
The one-gallon container of Hoppe’s No. 9 Bore Cleaner has an MSRP of $129.95 and the one-gallon container of Gun Lubricating Oil has an MSRP of $163.95. These one-gallon sizes are only available in the U.S. Hoppes.com