Anyone who knows me knows I don’t shill, and I don’t pull my punches when it comes to products I like or loathe. @truebluegunlube_canada handed me a bottle of True Blue, and said “try it”. Well I’ve tried it and holy fucking shit. My pistol has never run so slick.
The second picture  Instagram is somewhere between 1500-2000 rounds since last cleaning (after wiping the oil off because it was pretty oily), with me only throwing this stuff in the gun before shooting using the awesome long needle applicator. And honestly, I’m struggling to tell the difference between dirty but lubed and clean but lubed. I’ve tried a bunch of lubes in this pistol and they’ve all been varying shades of good for a few hundred rounds, the type to turn into thick messy shit inside the gun and force more regular cleaning, or did nothing to really slick up the action.
I’m completely stunned at how good this stuff is.

Amy (chevygrrrl)

We received brand new over/under shotguns to use this year and I was really concerned about them being too tight for the young campers to open/close.

My regiment is normally white lithium grease on the hinges to help with break-in and normal use. I switched to your Gun Grease on the hinges and I have to say that the new over/unders just fall open and close easy for the campers. I am seriously impressed.

I have used just about every cleaning and lubrication product on my personal firearms and I have to say that I certainly would endorse your products for our camp in the shotgun area!

I will be purchasing your products very soon for my personal use because I am that impressed. I will check Instagram to see if you’re on there with your company to make some endorsements.

Scott Schnelle – Lead Shotgun Instructor at NRA Whittington Center Adventure Camp

Scott Schnelle

Just so you know, I used True Blue (Gun Cleaner) to some rather filthy .22 rifles.  It worked amazingly well!

Rich Portman – Blue Line Tactical Academy

Using TRUE BLUE Gun Grease on a G17 Gen 3 RTF2 LAV model. Man I must say after running a very intense, wet, muddy ground defense course this past weekend. The Glock ran top. Always racking slickly. Even late in the day with mud all over the gun. It racked excellent never jamming. After the training day I was surprised how little debris or carbon was around. This stuff is excellent and will continue to run and test.

Instinctive Firearms Review

One thing I did forget to mention is the TRUE BLUE Gun Cleaner. I did test it out on one of my suppressors and I will say I was impressed.  It really seemed to be absorbed almost by the carbon and I had a much easier time and removed a larger amount of carbon compared to the other cleaners we have used.  I was honestly a bit surprised at the difference as at first the other cleaner we primarily use seemed to be reacting more to the carbon, but after a few minutes of soaking their Gun Cleaner took off significantly more buildup from my baffles.  I repeated this process a couple times with different baffles just to make sure that the one baffle was not a fluke, and every time the TRUE BLUE Gun Cleaner outperformed my expectations.

Brendan Miller
Sales Manager – Pantel Tactical

Brendan Miller – Pantel Tactical

As far as the oil goes, I started using TRUE BLUE Gun Oil in my STI Edge as a testbed for other guns. I knew I would be shooting it a fair bit and would be running it as hard as I possibly can.  I used the TRUE BLUE Gun Oil before a match, and at the match ran a couple hundred rounds through it.  After the match I noticed that it felt slightly smoother as the oil had a chance to polymerize a bit, but the big difference was cleaning.  The carbon came off easily, even in tiny nooks and crannies, and after a quick re-oil the difference was immediately noticeable. Every aspect of the gun’s action was much smoother and I had other people work the action just to make sure I wasn’t going crazy.  Now I spend a couple minutes cleaning this gun, and my other competition guns are going to be getting the same treatment.  I keep a bottle of the Gun Oil in my range bag but have not had to use it even after my gun has been exposed to rain, dirt, and sand.  This is the only oil I have used that has by itself smoothed out the action of my firearms, and while they will naturally wear themselves in and smooth out, the TRUE BLUE Gun Oil doesn’t need thousands upon thousands of rounds to accomplish the task and over time my action has only gotten smoother. I was skeptical of the oil’s claims at first but it really does perform as expalined and advertised.

Brendan Miller
Sales Manager
Pantel Tactical

Brendan Miller – Pantel Tactical

Brothers & Arms TRUE BLUE is one of the best lubricants for firearms on the market today. I am a gunsmith and avid hunter who has used a lot of different products trying to find the best lubricant for myself and my customers.

Tyler J. Bellande Bellande Custom / West Coast Armory – Bellevue, WA

I had the opportunity to test out the TRUE BLUE Gun Oil during deer rifle season in Southern California. I also had the opportunity to use the oil while training long range shooting in Southern California and in Socorro, New Mexico.

During deer rifle season of October, 2018, we had a heavy thunderstorm that rained all through the night and into the next day. I lightly applied True Blue Gun Oil to the bolt of my Remington 700. I also applied a light layer to the rail guides of where the bolt travels. As the rain steadily came down, I had worked the bolt a few times to make sure my position was suitable and that manipulating the bolt would still work as it rained. After the first day was over, I wiped down the bolt and my rifle. Usually, firearms near the coast will rust overnight. Keeping that in mind, my rifle didn’t have any rust on the bolt and inside the area where the bolt slides. The next morning had a lot of moisture in the air. So, I applied more True Blue Gun Oil for the next day’s hunt. I had a successful day in hunting that morning. Took the first shot at my deer and with the gun oil, it was an easy manipulation of my bolt to chamber a second round for a follow up shot if needed.

On the second week of December, 2018, our sniper staff had scheduled a long range shoot with our bolt action rifles that consisted of .308’s and .300 Winchester Magnums. First day of shooting was on a hot day that reached temperatures of 75 to 80 degrees. The gun oil worked perfect as we manipulated our bolts. We each may have shot about 250 rounds or more out of our rifles. After the days shoot, all we did was wipe down the bolts and the chamber area with ease. No need to scrub. The very next day, we all shot in the rain. I applied a light coat of the gun oil on my bolt and chamber and still manage to fire about 100 rounds out of my rifle.

Our sniper staff attended a long range shooting course in Socorro, NM on the third week of December 2018. The temperatures in the morning were 25 degrees and 55 degrees during mid-day. While we were shooting, I applied a light coat of the True Blue Gun Oil to my bolt action rifle, the manipulation of the bolt was very smooth which made it feel like it was gliding on the rails as we chambered round after round. We shot 150 to 200 rounds per day during the 3 days of shooting.

With my experience of using the True Blue Gun Oil, just apply a small coat of oil on all working parts. This will allow the firearm to work reliably in wet conditions and during cold weather environments. I am very confident that this gun oil will perform very well from both extreme weather conditions.

Gerald Hooee, Jr. USMC Urban Sniper Instructor

Hi Andy,
I thought I should give you an update. I’ve been using the True Blue (Gun Oil) and Gun Grease exclusively on my Browning Citori XS Skeet gun for the last year. I’ve run around 15,000 rounds through this gun in practice and competition using mostly the Gun Grease. What I like is that the grease is easy to apply AND remove without causing a mess. When operating the gun, the grease stays where I put it and does not migrate back into the receiver where it could carry unwanted dirt and crud. When I’m done for the day, a quick wipe with a rag removes the lube before storage in the take down case. I apply new lube each time I assemble the gun to shoot it. The gun has shown no wear since using this grease, and the internal parts I lubed with True Blue (Gun Oil) continue to function flawlessly.
So far, it’s good stuff. Thanks for the samples (SS 2017).

Stephan Waltz – S J Waltz Gunsmithing LLC

Just wanted to give you an update on the results using your Gun Cleaner here at the shop. It’s the product I reach for first when I’m doing a deep clean on any firearm. Since it’s less viscous than a lot of other products, particularly a CLP, it’s able to quickly flow down the bore and into all the tiny crevices, such as the ones found in the barrel extension near the chamber on an AR-15. This is a place that is notoriously hard to clean thoroughly. Your Gun Cleaner gets in all the tiny hard to reach areas. It does a great job of breaking carbon loose and making it accessible for a cleaning patch, a brush, or compressed air to get out of the gun. It seems to do a good job at getting the green copper oxides moving out of the bore as well. If I let it sit in the bore for a few minutes it really does a lot of the hard work for me. Solvents are more aggressive on carbon and copper, but they’re also more aggressive on your skin, lungs, and your senses if you know what I mean. No need for a respirator, a fume hood, or an open window. I recommend to anyone they should keep a bottle on hand when doing a quick cleaning and a full clean. Once everything is clean, put a drop of True Blue Gun Oil on the friction points, reassemble the firearm, cycle the action half a dozen times, your done. Quite the product you’ve created. Thanks for that.

Nick Merryman – Gunsmith C.A.R. Firearms