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Gamo Air Gun Oil

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1-year limited warranty

PY-A-306

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This is the recommended oil for your Gamo airgun. General purpose oil for all airguns. The dispenser has a fine tip for lubricating small areas and moving components. DO NOT USE IN SPRING PISTON CHAMBER. Always make sure your airgun is unloaded before cleaning or oiling.


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Item Code: GAOilgun [PY-A-306]

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By Lou from USA on 2019-04-26
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Things I liked: Just a good product

 

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By Robert from USA on 2016-09-16
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Things I liked: Great product to protect your air guns.

Things I would have changed: none

What others should know: Just the right size.

 

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By Karl from USA on 2015-10-10
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Things I liked: Light oil similar to the Crosman oil. Container is larger that the Crosman oil container.

Things I would have changed: Nothing

What others should know: Been using this stuff to apply a drop of oil onto CO2 cartridges.

 

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  • Henry from USA asked:

    What is the viscosity? I am using SAE 30 non-detergent oil for maintenance, but I want something thinner.

    • stian from Norway asked:

      Hi... Can i use this oil in the evanix sniper 50 cal? If not can you guide me please..

      • Peter from USA asked:

        Is this a petroleum oil or a silicon based oil ?

        • Cory from USA:

          Petroleum based.

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