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SPG Lube has been used by more Black Powder Champion Shooters than any other bullet lubricant.

INSIST ON GENUINE SPG
ALL-PURPOSE BULLET LUBE!
SMOKELESS OR BLACKPOWDER

SPG Lube has been used by more Black Powder Champion Shooters than any other bullet lubricant. Insist On Genuine SPG All-Purpose Bullet Lube! Smokeless or Blackpowder

WITH ALL THE VARIABLES IN CAST BULLET SHOOTING, ISN'T IT GREAT THAT YOU CAN ONLY NEED ONE BULLET LUBE?

STEVE GARBE developed the SPG Bullet Lubricant formula in 1983 for his own use. His goal was a bullet lubricant that would work in all cast bullet firearms at all temperatures. More than 200 hundred different formulas were tested over a three-year period, identifying successful ingredients and techniques for lubricant preparation. The final formula was tested in a variety of cast bullet firearms, using black and smokeless powder and under a wide range of temperatures to assure that SPG Lube was indeed an all-purpose, all temperature cast bullet lubricant.

A short time later, he became acquainted with Mike 'Duke' Venturino. Mike was having trouble getting his black powder breech-loaders to shoot accurately, so Steve shared some of his bullet lubricant. The results were so positive that Mike encouraged Steve to put the lubricant on the market. A partnership between Mike and Steve was formed and SPG All-Purpose Bullet Lubricant was a reality, marketed to cast bullet shooters worldwide. It quickly became t bullet lubricant of choice among black powder cartridge rifle shooters, especially in the fast-growing sport of Black Powder Cartridge Silhouette. It remains to this day the most popular bullet lubricant in black powder circles because of its unique ability to soften powder fouling and substantially improve accuracy. SPG Bullet Lubricant has been used by more top shooters to win more matches than any other cast bullet lubricant on the market.

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