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Things I liked: This is a must have
Things I would have changed: More for the money
Things I liked: A VERY GOOD LUBRICANT.
Things I would have changed: MAKE BIGGER TUBES AVAILABLE.
What others should know: CROSSMAN SAYS NOT TO USE PETROPIUM BASED OILS ON THERE GUNS, HOWEVER THIS OIL IS PETROLIUM BASED. I HAVE USED 3IN1 OIL FOR YEARS ON MY PUMP GUNS WITH NO PROBLEMS, I USE STARRET TOOL AND INSTRUMENT OIL ON MY SPRING PISTON GUNS, IT IS MINERAL BASED. BUT THE PELLGUN OIL IS A FINE PRODUCT, BUT DONT FEEL YOUR RESTRICTED TO IT, OTHER OILS WORK FINE.
Things I liked: The Crosman oil does not have a stink like many gun oils. For those who do not know its contents, it is 20 W engine oil, and has a seal protectant in it. Pellgun oil is really specially formulated. 30W off the store shelf is ok - with no additives and no detergents or you WILL ruin your gun - but is not handy like this Crosmsn tube. My seal on the loading rod of my pump rifle looks great. It turned a rich black from Pellgun oil and stayed that way.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: The pros say to make sure the seal in a pump gun stays well lubed compared to spring guns (Pellgun oil is not for a spring gun chamber). Pump rifles are oil pigs, and need their links in the pump handle and the pump seal well lubed. The oil preserves the seal and locks in air pressure. Every few hundred shots or once per month - if it looks dry. For example, 20 shots on 6 pumps each equals 120 pumps. The pump action is really putting in work.
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I have an Umarex Colt SAA Airsoft version, 6mm plastic bb's. Is safe to use this oil on the top of the co2 catridge while inserting it? Normally in softair I use only thin silicon spray but this Colt is my first co2
Yes, absolutely, use this
Is it advisable to use this product to lubricate the moving parts of my Umarex Beretta M92A1, or should I use another product?