I've been this way since 1956
She looked at my palm and she made a magic sign
She said "What you need is love potion number nine."
Love potion number nine is all well and good, but what a shooter really needs is gun potion number nine. When Frank August Hoppe first mixed nine magic chemicals together in 1903, he could hardly have anticipated that the resultant concoction would be remain synonymous with “bore cleaning solution” over 100 years later. This marvel of chemistry penetrates deep and quickly to safely remove powder, lead, metal fouling, and rust from the bore, and is a completely indispensable accessory for any shooting enthusiast. You just can’t consider your shooting session complete until you’ve given your firearm’s chamber and bore a liberal application of Hoppe’s famous No. 9!
This pint-sized bottle ought to keep even the busiest enthusiast’s arsenal spic and span for a good while. Its bottle is sealed with a child-proof cap, because nothing could be less pleasant than finding out an exuberant toddler emptied out an entire 16 ounces of Hoppe’s No. 9 on the carpet.