Safe Gun Storage:

Keep'Em Safe Texas

Texas Parks & Wildlife Firearm Safety

Directions: Insert clean, dry parts and close for instant protection. Store at room temp away from moisture & sunlight. Parts are ready for immediate use & protection ends once removed from the Victory VCI bag. When the bag is open or has a tear, the corrosion inhibiting vapor will escape preventing the vapor from protecting the metal until the bag is closed again. Use tape if a tear should occur. Twist & fold, tie, heat seal, or band to close.

Gun Oil: Victory VCI Rust Prevention Storage Bags eliminate the need for gun oil, desiccants, emitters, and diffusers since the entire enclosure will be protected, even inaccessible areas that are difficult to reach. Use of light coatings is okay, but no longer needed. Heavy gun oil coatings will prevent the VCI vapor to form a protection layer on the metal surface.

Metals: Victory VCI Bags prevent rust on all metals for 3 plus years including precious metals, mild steel, carbon steel, stainless steel, cast iron, wrought iron, aluminum, brass, copper, nickel, tin, lead, bronze, fully galvanized steel, zinc, aluminum alloys containing copper and/or manganese.

Moisture Resistant: Victory's VCI Bags will inhibit corrosion despite a little moisture in the bag.

Outdoor Annual: Texas Parks & Wildlife Summary of Texas Hunting, Fishing & Boating Regulations

RoHS Compliant: Victory VCI Bags will not have any impact on stocks, scopes, or electronic parts.

Shelf Life: Victory VCI Bags have a 5-year shelf life in climate-controlled storage and will still be effective for 3 plus years when put into use to prevent rust on firearms.

Vacuum Seal: Victory VCI Bags can be vacuum sealed; however, removing all air is not necessary.

VCI: Vapor Corrosion Inhibitor to prevent rust on metals and electronics.

What is Corrosion? by The Association for Materials Protection & Performance AMPP