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Thread: Alberta Schuetzen Lube

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    Boolit Bub
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    Alberta Schuetzen Lube

    I recently acquired the recipe to this Lube and made a batch I know that it is very popular with Canadian shooters in both the BPCR and Schuetzen shooters. I was wondering if anybody on here had tried it with smokeless powder and cast bullets?

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    Boolit Grand Master

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    Come on dont keep it to yourself share the recipe with us.

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    I will be happy to later on today just getting going here now

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    I found the recipe on ASSRA forum in a lube thread , may have to make a batch .

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    I found it.

    https://forum.assra.com/cgi-bin/yabb...1132600718/117

    Post Reply #115 by Schuetzendave

    "Alberta Schuetzen Lube Recipe

    35 oz. (993 grams) Charcoal Filtered Beeswax (lubricity, stickiness)
    16 oz. (454 grams) Commercial Toilet Ring Seal (lubricity, increase stickiness)
    16 oz. (454 grams) Crisco Vegetable Shortening (lubricity, viscosity adjuster)
    5 oz. (142 grams) Anhydrous Lanolin (lubricity, stickiness)
    3 oz. (85 grams) Ivory Dish Washing Detergent (emulsifier, mixer, cleaner of fouling)
    2 oz. (57 grams) Canola Oil (lubricity, viscosity adjuster)
    1 oz. (28.4 grams) Opti-Lube Oil Fortifier (metal conditioner)

    Optional:
    2 oz. (57 grams) Ground Rock Rosin (increases stickiness) But will fall out of suspension if melted again for pan lubing.

    Add a large can of Black Kiwi Shoe Polish to show bullet holes better on red targets.

    Viscosity is suitable for shooting from - 40 F. to 110 F.
    Has improved stickiness and will not allow sloughing off at higher temperatures.
    Metal conditioning of the barrel reduces the potential of lead adhering.
    Has built in emulsifier (does not rely on saponification to occur) to better collect, mix and wipe out fouling for both Black Powder and smokeless powders."

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    Boolit Bub
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    Yep, that's the one I have. Do you guys shoot it much or have you tried it?

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    No, I have not tried it but it looks to be well thought out.
    I might try it next winter when I get the time.

    The following is just my opinion, in my experience, there are two kinds of BPCR lubes. Those that work and those that don't. So far, I know of no magic lubes that allow you to shoot unlimited shots without some kind of additional fouling control.
    Chill Wills

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