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liltippmanguy Tuesday, April 8th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
extreme rage marker oil
tippmann marker oil
Marker Setup: black smart parts ion
shocktech V2 roller bearing trigger
kila magnetic detents
virtue EZ on/off button
new designz on/off ASA
smart parts Q lock feedneck
smart parts freak back

red icd promaster
empire inline regulator
shocktech bushmaster supafly bolt
cp freestyle trigger/black
new designz on/off ASA
check it clamping feedneck
white delrin spike bolt pin

tippmann prolite
bone stock
Strengths: It lubricates and is affordable, you can get this at walmart.
Weaknesses: It is a tad thinner than other oils.
Review: Ok,so i got this tippmann prolite for a few dollars a pawn shop and it needed some care and cleaning. I drove to walmart and got me this three dollar brass eagle oil, i figured id try it. For the amount of oil that you get its not a bad deal. I cleaned my marker,lubed the cocking rod,the bolt orings,the hammer and spring and had to use a bit more of it than i am used to. This oil is very thin,so you will have to use large amounts of it. I have yet to use my prolite playing paintball yet but loaned it to a friend of mine's son and he seemed to like how it shot. It helped revive a dry and dirty old marker that needed lubricant so im happy about that.
Conclusion: So in conclusion ill say for three bucks its oil that will lubricate your marker, you can find much better oils out there though that dont need to be used on your marker every single time you play.
Rating:
8 out of 10
 

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