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Remington Rem Oil Lubricant, 1 oz Bottle - 26617
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Remington Rem Oil Lubricant, 1 oz Bottle - 26617

SKU 798300
Brand Remington
Model Number 26617
UPC 147700266173
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Product Details


  • Series/Collection: Rem Oil
  • Container Size: 1 oz
  • Container Type: Bottle
  • Form: Liquid
  • Composition: Stoddard Solvent, Hydrotreated, Heavy Naphthenic Distillate
  • Odor: Petroleum
  • Application: Protects Against Rust and Corrosion
  • For Use With: Firearms
  • Flash Point: 105 deg F
  • Boiling Point: 300 to 392 deg F


Rem oil is the most versatile gun oil you can buy. The same great lubricant since 1913, the advanced formula cleans, lubricates and protects your valuable firearms so they'll keep running smoothly and looking like new. Rem oil penetrates into the smallest metal pores, then leaves a tough, long-lasting film to help reduce metal-to-metal wear. Quickly displaces even microscopic traces of water for advanced moisture resistance and rust protection. Plastic squeeze bottles dispense oil one-drop at a time, especially useful when lubricating small individual parts, aerosol cans help cover larger areas, and wipes are great to pack and carry in the field and can be cut to make handy pore patches.


  • Cleans dirt and grime from exposed metal surfaces
  • Displaces non-visible moisture from metal pores
  • Protects internal and external metal parts from rust and corrosion
  • Exclusive formula provides thin long lasting film that keeps actions working smoothly
  • Proven effective at temperatures from -20 to 120 deg F
  • Does not contain cfc's or paraffin


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