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Polish Guy Monday, September 18th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Slick Honey, ST Butta, Dow 33, DYE Slick, Pus, Prizm
Marker Setup: '03 Shocker w/ HE bolt

Assault 80

'99 STO Autococker
Strengths: Very slick
Price of product
Weaknesses: Consistancy
Short life
Very "thin"
Review: Testing this on three of my markers, I've come to the following. The first application goes on well, just as would be expected with any lubricant, however, it is noticably very thin in its application. Being able to lube all three markers with just a finger-tip dipped in the lube each time, I'm satisfied with that.

Now onto the firing. On both the Autococker and the Assault, I wasn't able to lower the LPR much at all, as was originally claimed with this product, without getting noticable dropoff and then FSDO respectively. On the Shocker, the HPR could not be put any lower than it is as without resulting in dropoff. For each gun I test fired ~ 300 paintball, or about 2 pods per gun, making minor adjustments during the first pod to try and tune each gun lower and still get consistant results.

Next step of the test, I let each marker sit in the shade for 20min. Coming back to each gun and just looking at the first shot from each, the 20min in the shade had not affected the marker in terms of making it gum up and creating FSDO.

Finally, after each test and a further 500 shots through the Shocker, I disassembled the bolt and took a feel. It was noticably dryer than before meaning that the lube had come off and out of the marker as I was firing it leading me to believe that a constant reapplication would be necessary for this to effectively work.
Conclusion: This lubricant is on par with other batch made, homemade lubricants out there in that it is maintains its slickness, but it falls short in its life, meaning the reapplication after every few hundred shots for it to be effective.
Rating:
4 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, September 24th, 2006 at 10:11 pm PST
 

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