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Things I liked: It's molybdenum & goes a long way ,gust a little dab will do ya ,
Things I would have changed: Not sure .
What others should know: It will get everywhere &on everything, kinda like working with a tube of roof tar , so get your stuff ready , put it on what you want, work it in , wash up , then put whatever back together, or you'll have it everywhere. It's worth the trouble for the gain you'll receive.
Things I liked: This grease works very well on the main spring and cocking pivot joint on my break barrel air rifle. Before using this grease, the rifle started making ominous grinding noises when being cocked. After using just a wee bit of this grease, the grinding noise cease, and the cocking effort also was reduced slightly (a pound or two).
Things I would have changed: This grease is messy to work with. Keep it away from areas you don't want it (i.e. hands, stock, or worst yet, the breach!). Pretty pricey, but a little bit goes a long, long way. One jar of this grease will out-last your spring piston air rifle!
What others should know: I previously was using a oil sold under the claim that it worked on the main spring and cocking pivot joints. This oil is a waste of money! This grease is the lubricant to use on your main spring and cocking pivot joint, not oil!
Things I liked: I think moly paste is a great maintenance tool for my stroeger rifles.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: It's true alittle goes a long way and my guns shoot alot smoother and cocking is alittle smoother to.
I just bought a Umarex Octane & i will admit the trigger needs to be smoother would a gunsmith do the work in it ya think
What is the Percent of moly in this jar?
Can It Be Used On Probe O rings
No, it's for metal to metal parts only.