I do not use it as a bullet lube. For bullets I use Fastex and use Eezox in the barrel. This combo has worked for me for many years in rifle, pistols and air guns. I do not think that Eezox would last long on bullets stored, what it does do in the barrel is to greatly reduce the amount of fouling and to make cleaning much easier. In my 17 Rem I find almost no fouling even after 50 rounds and what little there is has not affected accuracy and is easy to remove by using Eezox as my regular cleaner.
Forgot to respond about velocity changes. I do not know if velocities have changed since I have used this combo of Fastex and Eezox before I had bought a chrono.
It does lube everything that it touches, but not sure if it would be a benifit to bullets, it might but I don't really know. On the Eezox website they describe it as a lube and cleaner for firearms, maybe an e-mail to them might shed more light on using it as a bullet lube.
Yes, definetly let me know what they say about using it for a bullet lube. I love the stuff and will always have it for one thing or another, might as well put "bullet lube" on the list of uses if it does well.
Yep, it will get powder fouling out of a barrel including black powder. Just use it like a regular cleaning agent and it will get the job done. Complete instructions are available on the Eezox website.
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