Super slick lube, perfect for all the new hi-tech bolts on the market. If you've never used it before you will have a noticable difference in your gun's performance.
Try it, You won't go back to anything else!
The Shocktech Gun Butta is older, so it is not commonly available anymore.
Tippmann A5 with a 14" smart parts progressive, JCS trigger/Egrip, tapco SAW stock, BSA Red dot mounted on Lapco Offset sight rail, Scepter grenade launcher, Opsgear SIG magazine, Allen paintball remote, Flurry Vest. Female Palmers Stab....
SPyder Imagine - 14" J&J Ceramic, Evo2, 20oz CO2
Spyder Agressor - Stock
It works, seems to be less expensive as well.
None as of yet.
Gun Butta is a Dow 33 based lube so like all other Dow 33 based lubes (shocker lube, hater/heater sauce, slick honey ect...) it's good stuff. I have had no issues with temperature as was mentioned in a previous post, but I have not played in sub zero weather either. Anyway, I like this stuff because it seems to be a bit cheaper than some other brands. I picked up my last tub on sale for 4 bucks. Try it out, you'll like it...
Good stuff, try it!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, April 1st, 2007 at 8:38 am PST
Smart Parts Ion
Smart Parts Freak Barrel .689 bore teardrop
New Designz QEV (clippard qev)
New Designz Swivel Donut
Smart Parts Epiphany On/Off Button
Way cheaper than the others.
Seems to work great.
Smells like vasoline... lol.
Well i'm not sure how it compares to some of the higher end products such as hater sauce, but it definitely feels tons better than sl33k. Sl33k was kinda like a paste, while gun butta is kinda like.... Jelly. Definitely less friction with the gun butta.
I used this in my stocko reg hoping it would make a difference with the consistencies, but really I just need to go buy a CP reg.
With my stock bolt and QEV valve installed, my gun cycles at the lowest dwell setting using this lube. I'm sure the lube has something to do with that. Even though i can cycle at 1 blink, i run my ion at 10-15 blinks to keep consistent.
Not sure how it compares to hater sauce, but for $5, 1/3 the price of a hater, it works great.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, June 2nd, 2007 at 2:11 pm PST
USA nitro sniper barrel
m16 camo stock
camo graphics kit
A-1 optic red dot with 2x removeable lens
GREAT gives all the bang for the buck
makes old parts move like new
Got this just recently cleaned my gun and lubed all the parts and the inside with this and tested the gun out and noticed a slight range increase and great performance and a slight accuracy increase, it comes in a super small case but only a little is needed. I would also recommend that you put a little bit in your barrel
Halo with V.35, rip drive and shocktech speed wheel
Makes DMs Orings last longer
Don´tt work well at very low temperatures
Besides playing, I own Gorilaz Paintball Store in Brazil. We had several customer having a high rate of O-rings changes. We tested several lubes for testing. The conclusion is that with the Gun Butta the O-rings were lasting about three times more than with the original lube. But if you´re that lazy knda guy that doesn´t clean the old grease after each trainning day and put a new one, then use DC 33 that does not need so frequent of cleaning the bolt, although due to it´s higher viscosity it has to work on a higher LPR pressure and increases kick therefore.
If you want your DM/Protos to perform all they can, use this lube. But pay attention to very low temperatures, it´s not so good when it gets below zero degrees F.
dye slick lube-leaves greasy dark residue after prolonged use
shocker lube-very thick, not too slick.
dye dm4, dye large drop, cp on/off, halo b with rip and victory board, crossfire 68/4500 dye rino cover.
It is slick honey
None really, i mean its just lube, maybe the smell of vasolene?
I got the lube about two years ago from my local bad boys toys, i noticed that it looked exactly to slick honey, i put it on my bolt and was able to lower my lpr like two or three turns less. If you have a gun that has holerances, and its low pressure, then use this, because it causes a "frictionless environment" for the bolt.
Its lube, it works, its inexpensive...try it you'll like it