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Number of Reviews: 2
Average Rating: 10.0 / 10
Manufacturer Website: N/A
Suggested Retail Price: $4

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BLUR is a synthetic lubricant specifically developed for paintball markers. Based on rigorous trials on the paintball field, BLUR will outperform ALL other paintball oils on the market today. We use the highest quality, polyalphaolefin (PAO) synthetics enhanced with non-detergent additives for maximum protection at any paintball marker operating temperature and pressure. It resists water and is hydrolytically stable. BLUR is safe for all O-rings (Rubber, Latex, Buna, Viton, and others) and all plastic such as Delrin, Teflon and Nylons. Safe operating temperature is -50 F to over 500 F! BLUR stays slick and effective longer and will reduce waste, maintenance and cost. Just a few drops on your o-rings and this 1 oz container will last a LONG time.
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desmond55 Monday, August 1st, 2011
Period of
Product Use:
6 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
Gold cup
KC trouble free
Marker Setup: Spyder Pilot / Eyes CAMD
TechT Hush Bolt
Modified MR-1 Valve
CP gen3 shorty reg
Lightened and polished hammer
Bob Long Feed Neck
J & J Edge barrel kit
Halo B with V35
Draxus 85/45 with Ninja Reg @ 450 psi
Strengths: Works in extreme temp range as advertised, very slick, cheap for 100 % Synthetic !
Weaknesses: None
Review: Ran out of my KC trouble free (spilled it actually). So i bought this on Ebay for 4$ +1.75 shipping. Fast shipping by the way.

The oil is very light an is probably as advertised SAE 20. Its very slick and smells like synthetic oil - hard to describe but reminds me of Mobile1 - 5W30 !

It's easy to over lube with this stuff because it is so light - inspect your barrel after a few initial dry fires and adjust accordingly. The 2 oz should last forever - unless you spill it ;)

I usually put a drop on my HPA tank valve to blow a little oil through my cp reg.

BTW - I did he o-ring in a bag filled with this stuff over night - was totally safe for my buna and Viton o-rings.

In terms of FPS or Gas efficiency i did not notice any qualitative difference to KC Trouble Free.

Conclusion: All and all a good find. I don't know how they sell this stuff so cheap but i am very happy with it. It gets a 10 cuz its good AND cheap !
10 out of 10
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reckboy Wednesday, May 4th, 2011
Period of
Product Use:
6 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Gold Cup - BLUR is slicker
KC Trouble Free - BLUR is thicker
Marker Setup: 04 Spyder Xtra
Magna Port Valve
Alamo City 3 oring Delrin bolt
Alamo City Delrin striker with oring
32 Degrees Front Block
32 Degrees Spring kit
Palmers Stabilizer
J&J Elite Barrel Kit
Macro Line
Clamping Feedneck
Strengths: Slickest synth oil base.
safe on all o'rings
safe on Delrin
Weaknesses: Limited Availability.
Found it on Ebay
Review: I found BLUR on for like $4. I have used BLUR for about 6 months now. Thru the cold season now it is getting hot. No variances in performing due to weather that I can tell. The oil feels incredibly slick when you get it on your fingers. I have used it on every part of my marker including the bolt, hammer and stabilizer rebuild. Works perfectly as it should. No signs of wear on orings or the delrin parts at all. My marker is running low pressure, consistent and air efficient.
Conclusion: Whats to say... It is oil. what we have here is the best synthetic PAO oil base to be super slick and super stable with materials. Sounds like like overkill for paintball and it probably is. Why not use oil that is way better then what you need if it costs the same or less then the rebranded air tool oil that others sell..
10 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, May 4th, 2011 at 7:11 pm PST
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