Liquid Fire paintball marker and o-ring lubricant features a 1 oz. easy dispense bottle, reduces friction and wear of all moving internal marker parts and keeps your equipment firing at optimal performance.
The Brass Eagle Liquid Fire is older, so it is not commonly available anymore.
Smart parts ion
yellow body kit
14" all american
14" dye ultralite
2k2 Black magic
16" dye ultralite
Itill lubricate ur marker what else u want..
Thickens fast at low temps
Got this for christmas, it comes in 1oz only im pretty sure. u can use it for o-rings, bolt, asa, barrel, etc. So far ive only used it in my 05 prostock bolt orings and my vision imp not realizing that it came with its own lube.. Ok ive never lubed my prostocks bolt before but i did with the liquid fire on the bolt and bolt o-rings. Anyways its pretty good, does its job but i dont reccomend leaving a marker with a bolt u just put it on in a cold place cause it will thicken faster than other lubes in the cold and it took me a good pull to unstick it, the next time leaving it in a warmer spot i had no problems and it still works gewd.
Good cheap lube
8 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, April 22nd, 2007 at 10:04 am PST
i bought this oil for my tippmann a-5 because i used the oil that came with the a-5. after using this oil my markers bolt slide smooth. But when i went to scary creek paintball to play my gun would not recock. i took my a-5 apart and i wiped all of the oil off of the bolt and the power tube. then put the gun back together andit worked fine. but after about 200 shots and it started doing it again. i took it apart once again and wiped the oil off and it worked for about another 200 shots. i just got mad and took the gun back to dicks. got my money back. then i bought an ion. when i got the ion i put the hopper on and the feedneck got stripped out. i then took the ion back to gander mountain. i have really bad luck. i think i will just go back to the tippmann custom pro camo act.
Let just say you might as well have dumped sand into the barrel and played with it because it would have done the same thing for the gun broken it. if you want to screw up your marker this is a must have item.
I'm a new paintballer, which I mentioned before in my bt4 combat review (first bought and owned paintball marker) and my package didn't come with any marker lubricant. After buying all the gear I needed I soon realized that yeah I needed lube to keep the marker running smooth and healthy. I found this at walmart for $5 and really why wouldn't I have bought it? I suppose the oil is a little thin and I had to use a couple drops to really get all the o-rings looking shiny but whatever, for the price you can't go wrong.
For $5 this is perfect. It's made to lubricate all of your internals like the bolt, o-rings, threads etc. I'd recommend this to anyone on a tight budget.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, August 17th, 2009 at 3:35 am PST
Tippmann A-5 w/ J&J Ceramic 12in.
J&J Ceramic 12 in.
NXE 3 Pod Harness
Last long even though its only an ounce
Keeps orings alive
Doesnt last long in the gun
Kind of evaporates
When I ran out of the Tippmann oil that came with my gun, I was looking for some at Wal-mart. At wally world, this was the only type of gun oil there, besides the oil in maintenance kits. So I kind of got stuck with it. This isnt bad oil, but its not good either. Its cheap, and theres alot of it when you buy it. But you get what you pay for, so remember that.
If your on a tight budget, and in need of some oil, I recomend that you pick it up. You wont be dissapointed, for the most part. But I do recomend that you use this oil before and after any day of play. I'll give this 5, because it is average oil, it performs ok but not as good as some other oils.
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
It lubricates and is affordable, you can get this at walmart.
It is a tad thinner than other oils.
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.
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.
Spyder Extra(no longer in working condition)
20 oz co2
Well i needed some lube so i bought this for like $4 and dropped some drops in my gun and fired a couple shots. From what i can tell it works well. Comes in a red bottle which insnt easily lost. I dont use it in low temps so it doesnt thicken like other people say. But ill try to test that soon.