Gun Sav is specially blended for minimal "stickion", and maximum part movement. Gun Sav adheres to the part, and stays were you put it.
There's no need to glob this grease on, a little bit goes a long way.
"Just a little dab will do ya." Barry -Owner of Paintball Source in Perryopolis PA.
This grease is dangerously slick.
Try Some....you wont want to use anything else.
This grease is designed to work in any application where lubrication is needed.
--Lubrication is the life giving blood to any paintball marker. No matter if you shoot a DM, Autococker, Ion, or Tippmann, your marker REQUIRES lubrication.
Throughout 2006, we at TechT have been messing around with various recipes and mixtures looking for paintballs' "perfect lubricant".
Our goal was to produce a SUPER SLICK grease, that a wasn't too thick, but wasn't too thin either. We feel that Gun Sav is that perfect balance.
All greases are slick....but this stuff is super slick. Most greases are thick. For most paintball applications we feel that "paintball greases" most are too thick. It's the thickness of any grease that causes what we call "stickion". This is were the thickness/tackiness of the grease actually holds the part in one place. This tackiness slows down your marker and makes for less consistency and efficiency.
The TechT Gun Sav is newer, so it should be commonly available.
Silver NXT shocker,
Hybrid lady grips.
DYE H2 reg.
stays where you put i
Small amount-does not take much though.
Picked up this lube as an alternative to my sl33k for my shocker. I picked this lube up and could not get it off my fingers... took some time. I put it on my bolt and it worked great. My only real complaint is it stays on my bolt too much. I don't know if it's because the lube is Teflon impregnated or what, but no matter how much I use my cloths and or water, the bolt still has the characteristic of the lube. It simply won't completely wipe away. the bolt still a bit smoother. Dow33 comes right off dry when you clean it... this does not. The bolt seems to absorb this lube permanetely. I do not think I will be using this on my regulators, or any of my other guns. It's as if once you use this lube on a metal non o-ring piece like a bolt, its never coming off.
I would recommend this product because it works well, and lasts a logn time.
Tippmann A-5= E Trigger, Shockteck Superfly Bolt & Relocator Bar, BT Spring.
Tippmann X7 Phenom Mechanical= Stock
A little will go a long way
A bit pricey. $9.99 for 2 ounces.
Upon receiving the Gun Sav by mail I took upon the task of stripping my X7 Phenom and wiping it clean of the stock grease which is Dow 33. After greasing up all the internals and o rings I took it out to a chrono and there was a noticeable increase in fps, it was also shooting more consistent. It is some what of a gel like consistency which is very slick. A little will go a long way so that compensates for the cost. The X7 phenom requires maintenance after 8000 shots so the gun sav will be lasting a very long time.
The Gun Sav has become a permanent addition to my maintenance kit. I highly recommend it.
Pure Excess Lube (worse)
Hater Sauce (about the same)
Dangerous Power G3
Custom Products 2 piece, .685
Empire Prophecy v2.0
DXS 48/45 CP tank cover
Slick, Thick, lots of it
Little tub wasn't quite full, nothing to cry about
After using Pure Excess grease on my Tippmann, it looked like it was messing up my O-rings. So when I got my new Dangerous Power G3, I wasn't going to take any chances with my O-rings. When I recieved this in the mail, all the lube was slid toward one side of the tub. This stuff is so slick, that it was still like that, despite my efforts to even it out. So, this stuff is really thick, but its also very slick too. I have had no problems with this in my G3, and I would highly recommend this to anyone looking for higher end grease for a spoolie gun or a poppet.
For $10 for a tub that will last you forever, this is a good deal, real thick, real slick. Perfect lube. 9 of 10 because nothing is perfect, and this is maybe a littte pricey, but I dont think so.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, August 2nd, 2010 at 7:42 pm PST
Ive used dye lub and when I bought thisone no mor closed bolt stick
man this lub rocks
buy it you won regret it
the only thing is that i needs a other container for better image
but its very reliable
no tackyness its silmply very slicccccccccccccccckkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk and you can use it on many other types of guns also
Current - DM7 (Tadao DM7 Uni Board, CP CFP, Critical DM6/7 UL Trigger)
Past - DM6, Several Egos (from 05's to 07's), Shockers (SFT and NXT), Cockers (various), WDP Angel's, and Ion's
Very Slick, good consistancy, and can be applied very sparingly
A little pricey for the amount you recieve.
I've been shooting this lube for a couple of months now and it's worked extremelly well for me. Gun is shooting consistant as it usually does which means to me that the lube doesnt have any negative effects to the o-rings and whatnot.
To me... most of the lubes out there do a great job. I;ve used sleek in the past as well as hater. This performs just as well, if not better, than any of them. It goes one pretty clear which i actually like and needs very little to do the job.
I apply very little to the bolt assembaly and it seems to stay right where i put it. I lube the bolt often, and with a minimal amount of lube. It's a tad thicker than hater... and a little more gel like than the sleek. Sleek will seem a little more pastey than this and Hater will seem a little thinner than this.
The only downfall to the Gun Sav is that it's a little pricey for the amount you're getting. I think i paid about $10 for 1oz . Where with the Hater i got about 3 oz's for $16.
I would definatelly recomend the lube. It does what it's supposed to... keep the bolt well lubricated and with minimal bolt stick. I have three different lubes in my kit... Hater, Sleek, and Gun Sav. I always go with the Gun Sav.