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Crosman Silicone Chamber Oil

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Crosman Silicone Chamber

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PY-A-311

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  • Silicone oil
  • .25 oz.
  • Also known as RMCOIL
  • Safe for any airgun powerplant



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Item Code: CR-RMCOIL [PY-A-311]
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By Robert from USA on 2019-03-15
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Things I liked: This product is what other sources recommend so I went with their review.

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By Billy from USA on 2019-02-25
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Things I liked: This oil seems to be safe for any area of the gun.

Things I would have changed: Nothing

 

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  • MARK from USA asked:

    how do you use this stuff? can you swab the whole barrel with it? are there instructions in the package on how to use it?

    • Mark from USA:

      You use the chamber oil in the bolt/breech area of your gun. A couple of drops every 2-3 months is enough. To clean the barrel muse a product like Ballistol.

  • DON from USA asked:

    What is the different use for chamber lube and cylinder oil?

    • Mark from USA:

      They are pretty much the same . Silicone oil in both cases.

  • Scot from USA asked:

    why not use 3-and-1 household oil?

    • Chevota from USA:

      3 in 1 is rather volatile, and not a great lube. Better to use motor oil, which will also burn but not as violently. Silicone will barely burn but it's not a lube for metal, it's for plastic and misc synthetics. On metal it's more of an anti-lube. So I would say not use it but up to you.

    • Mark from USA:

      silicone oil has a higher flash point. 3 in 1 oil can detonate in an airgun.

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