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Sportdeamon89 Sunday, February 5th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 4 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
Dye Slick Lube, Dow 33, Motion Potion, Slick Honey
Marker Setup: Black/Blue Dye DM6
The only thing needed to keep this gun at it's full potential is Hater Sauce, no ups, just Hater Sauce as your lube :).
Strengths: Very slick texture
Sticky - stays where u put it
a little gets the job done
Weaknesses: Has a weird smell
Review: It arrived in 3 days, just in time for the weekend, I was already impressed. Open up the envelope, and see what i was hoping for, a tiny, compact jar. This little 3oz tub (probably even smaller if u get 2oz, but i've got a whole slew of matrix shooters that are going to want dibs on this stuff) is perfect to fit in any one of those smaller pockets in your gear bag.

So i sit down, clean all the slick lube and dow 33 off my bolt assembly, and am ready to apply the Hater sauce. I take just a little on my finger, and can already tell it is very sticky stuff, yet it still has a good sleek consistency to it. Unlike slick lube, very little Hater Sauce will get the job done and the amount i used for the full assembly lube was relatively minute. It goes where u want it to, and even though it is sticky, it can easily be taken off a spot that u may have over-greased. So i re-assemble the bolt and put it back in the gun. Go outside, and put some air through it, no paint, just air (I'll update once i get paint). As i expected, without changing my settings (2.5 LPR, dwell 18), the gun cycled fine and i knew the lube wasn't hindering it's performance in any way. Now i began the test to see if this stuff really lives up to what many are saying. I dropped the LPR to 1.5 and dwell to 15. It cycled beautifully and with ease, with no delay that was sometimes evident without a perfect lube job of slick lube/dow 33. I will get paint ASAP, to look for any FSDO (first shot drop off) and also get it over the chrono. As of now, I am not regretting buying this Hater Sauce, and it is already showing drastic improvements over all other lubes i have used or tested. Oh, and for those of u wondering, this lube is a god-send in cold weather. Dry-firing, it was probably 40ish degrees outside, and like i said, it cycled wonderfully. The only downside to this stuff is the funky smell it has, and once it's on your fingers, even after washed off with soap, the smell is still there, but it's a sacrifice i can make. I hope this helps, and I will update this review ASAP once i get paint and put it over the chrono. Assuming i see no uneasily fixable problems over the chrono, i will probably order another container just so we can have it in our arsenal of lubes at the shop, if that helps to emphasize how favorable to this stuff i really am.

EDIT: Well i never got around to updating this until now. Over the chrono the gun is getting consistant readings at the low settings I am running and with no drop off. The kick which was almost not noticable before is now gone due to the lower LPR pressure. After a day of play the lube was literally in the same exact spot as when i put it on, proving how little it needs to be re-aplied.
Conclusion: Hater Paintball is quickly establishing it's name in the paintball industry with the release of this Hater Sauce, as it is already being recognized by many as the best lubricant available on the market. This stuff works wonderfully on all spool valve markers, and from what I've heard, also does the trick on every other high-end and low-end gun available. For all you matrix owners, this stuff dethrones the ever popular slick honey, as it lasts longer and stays strong in cold climates. I've been recomending Hater Sauce to any customer or fellow paintballer who is in need of a solid lubricant. Plain and simple, you can't go wrong with Hater Sauce.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, March 1st, 2006 at 5:58 pm PST
 

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