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Things I liked: Works well but really expensive.
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Things I liked: Though I haven't used this product yet, I can say it was delivered promptly and in excellent condition. I know this lubrication is good because I've watched enough pellet gun videos to know it works.
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Should only one drop be administered to the tip of the C02 capsule? Will it always guarantee C02 leakage?
Richard is spot on with both statements. Yes, the internet will jump in if you make a mistake ;) I will only add that you should order a few seals in advance for the day yours leaks. If you have a Crosman they'll have seals, and cheap, to your door in maybe 1-2weeks? If not a Crosman then I can't say, so I'd start looking into it now. Some places it's just impossible to get parts, or they're super expensive. I like to have a seal on hand because I hate having to tighten the CO2 harder and harder as it gets worse so I change more often than most. It's kinda like a sink washer, how over time you have to turn harder to get it to turn off, then finally you replace the washer and it shuts off so easily and smooth you wish you'd done it years ago. Imo one drop per CO2 is excessive. It won't hurt, but I did more like a part of a partial drop every 5-10 CO2's. Rather than put in on the tip of the CO2, I would tilt the gun so the seal and puncture tube was facing up, then I'd fill that little cavity with oil. Then put the CO2 in, tighten, then it gets a good dose of oil... Up to you, I just wasn't willing to oil it each and every time.
There are NO guarantees to your question. What applying a drop of Pen Oil does is that it dispreses into your mechanism and helps lubricate the other seals as well as the CO2 seal. I'm confident that if I erred, someone will jump in.
I put a dab of Vaseline on tip of my CO2 cartridges, and they seal fine so far. How is Pellgun better?
It's real oil and it gets sprayed in there to get all the internals, and it's for pneumatics where the vaseline would likely damage the plunger. It's also real hard to get vaseline in the pivot joints and other parts of other guns they make. So with this you get a good lube, no doubt a better lube, and works on all their guns and all those guns parts. I suggest you use a drop of this or motor oil once in a while to be sure your internals are getting lubed. Probably not a big deal with most CO2 guns, but if it's of value I'd take the extra step just in case. Lastly, vaseline just may damage the other seal(s) inside the gun prematurely. I've never tried it because I'm straight and do not own vaseline ;) Sorry, couldn't resist...
Is this safe to use if you're using the Air Venturi tank with adapter? Or is it only safe with standard co2 cartridges?
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