Silencers/ Sound moderators are notorious for rusting out, yet they are an important part of every stalkers kit but until now there has never been an effective way to protect them.
All Gunmakers have horror stories of expensive rifles being damaged by corrosion from the silencer, and although they should be removed from the gun whilst in storage, this is not always done, in fact it is quite common for them to become so corroded that they cannot be unscrewed.
This is a thing of the past now thanks to SILENSAVE, it is a simple effective chemical that is sprayed directly into either end of the moderator prior to storage, The specially formulated chemical is dispensed with a very low pressure aerosol that creates a mist within the can, ensuring a very fine but even coating on the internal surfaces and baffles.
This contains Napier's VP90 corrosion inhibitor amongst other compounds and is carried by a specific solvent that evaporates leaving just the finest coating behind. BUT that is just stage one however, as on first firing after application the extreme and immediate heat bonds the chemical to the metal surfaces almost like a ceramic coating, so when used regularly this simply prevents the metals from corroding.
Nothing can prevent the condensation created within a moderator, but regular use of SILENSAVE will make sure that it does not lead to damage and greatly prolongs the life of any type or make of Silencer.
In our extreme test over the past 6 years a brand new Jet Z moderator fitted to a Mauser MO3, has been used weekly and has passed more than 500 .308 rounds, yet there is absolutely no sign of internal corrosion and it can be screwed on and off the barrel with ease.