1. Tippmann Custom Pro with R/T, Viewloader eVLution 2, '16 CP barrel, 48ci 3000psi pure energy tank
2. WGP prostock '04, eVLution 2, 48ci 3000psi pure energy tank.
helps lube feedneck
ok, so this came in a marker package for my autococker.....after i got back home from a day of paintballing, i got this out and put it on the bolt o-rings like the manual said, and into the ASA like the manual said. screwed on airtank and shot a few dry shots to get it into the gun...it seemed it was a BIT smoother at operating, but i think i just imagined it....after about 5 more shots, it sounded like it did before i put it in....so, i was bored and found out it was a very good lube to put my feedneck in my hopper, other then that its useless.
If you have a non-removable feedneck on a gun thats a bit too small, get this to help lube it, other then that, its a piece of trash. just get 3-in-1 oil....
Tippmann 98 Custom Pro
APE Rampage Board
Cyclone feed system
Pure Energy 48/3000 HPA Tank
Lasts A LONG time
Thin (low viscosity)
I got this oil when i got my gun b/c it was very cheap and it seemed like it was necessary. It works fine for Tippmanns but it doesnt last long, like maybe for two full days of play, then you want to re-lube. This doesnt bother me because I clean my gun after every day of play to keep it in good working condition. I havnt used the tippmann oil, but this oil seems to be slightly less in viscosity than the Tippmann oil, so it should be fine. Not having used other lubes I can't compare this to others, but it does what its supposed to OK
This is a very cheap oil for lower-end maker designs.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, November 28th, 2007 at 5:42 pm PST
I use a 14" Smart Parts Tear Drop on my Tippmann model 98. I just recently added a custom made drop forward.
Cheap, does its job
A little thin
I've been using this because it's cheap and it does its job...it is a bit thin but it keeps the bolt and o-rings lubed so their is no wear and tear on them. I would recommend this if you don't want to spend a lot of money and need marker oil. But if you don't mind I would spend a little more money and get better quality marker oil.
But if if you need a marker oil for cheap...if not buy something better quality.
Vs3, egg2, pure energy 72/3000 , pmi razzor barrel verc t-board
It oils your gun
THIS STUFF IS THIN. iT'S NOT REALLY GOOD. I WOULD SPEND THE EXTRA MONEY TO GET A GOOD OIL. BUT AT LEAST IT SOME-WHAT DOES IT'S JOB. IF I WHERE YOU I WOULD GET DYE LUBE, OR GREASE BECAUSE THIS STUFF IS SLIMY. IT IS VERY THIN.
Buy other oil
1 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, June 20th, 2007 at 8:50 am PST
CCI VSC Phantom w/ M-16 style grip
14 in. Stock Phantom Barrel
CCI Trigger Shoe
CCI Detent Kit
CCI Mounting Block for M-16 Style Grip
CCI Rear Air Adapter w/Guage
CCI Spring Kit
Tasco 38mm Red Dot Sight
Smart Parts Ion
View Loader Evolution 3
Pure Energy 48cui 3000psi HPA Tank
Raven Tank Cover
Smart Parts Freak Junior Barrel Kit
Custom Products Micro Drop Foward
Custom Products On/Off ASA Adapter
AVI Macroline High Pressure Hose Kit
SP Q-Lock Low Rise Feed Neck
NDZ Ion Aluminum Roller Blade Trigger
Doesn't protect very well
Isnt the best lube
This isnt a very good lube. Its very thin, and can only protect from wear to a certain degree. It didn't protect my old vexor very well. After a days worth of playing, my vexors bolt would always show a lot of wear...I was just sick of it. I didn't even dare to try it out on my phantom, or my ion.
You can do better than this lube.
4 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, March 1st, 2007 at 5:30 pm PST