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RWS Spring Cylinder Oil, 1 oz.

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RWS Spring Cylinder

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PY-A-3001

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For spring-piston guns. For use recommendations, click the link for the manual in the right column. 1 oz.


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Item Code: UX-2167511 [PY-A-3001]
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By Matthew from USA on 2020-07-25
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Things I liked: Good stuff, very similar to the oils we used in paintball guns back before electronics and solenoids took over.

Things I would have changed: Nothing

What others should know: Never use petroleum based lube on guns. Over time, it will eat everything that isn't metal. Fixed a lot of paintball guns that kids used their dads 3 in 1 on. Dried everything out. In some cases, cheap orings were mush.

 

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By Richard from USA on 2019-11-23
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Things I liked: Serves it's purpose.

Things I would have changed: Over priced. $8 to $10 at most.

What others should know: Is what it is. If you can find better for less, buy it.

 

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By Brian from USA on 2019-08-13
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Things I liked: Its what the manual recommends so.....

Things I would have changed: Definantly the price .its not from the fountain of youth ...15 bucks for an ounce is a little steep

What others should know: Its just an blend of oil that someone needs to figure out the ingredients so a cheaper but equal.substitute can be found

 

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  • fred from USA asked:

    best oil for breakbarrel?

    • Steve from USA asked:

      I just had a senior moment. Was not wearing my glasses and put this oil in the air chamber. Not good. I have a Remington NPSS. Did I just reck a great gun? What do I do now?

      • Chevota from USA:

        I don't know what kind of oil that stuff is but I'd say it won't hurt it. It'll likely diesel loudly when you fire it, maybe for a few shots and that'll be it. If you're really concerned you could take the gun apart and clean it out. To be honest I have no idea what this oils point is other than making a profit. I can't imagine it being as good or better than grease or motor oil. Moly paste or spring tar also work. Your NPSS has no coil spring but you should still lube the piston and shaft of the nitro spring. I'd use grease or moly paste but motor oil will work.

    • joe from USA asked:

      can i use this on a nitro piston or gas ram?

      • Todd from USA:

        "Springer" basically includes nitro/gas rams because they are springs too. It doesn't matter because this oil is for any of those guns. It's also far from the best choice and extremely expensive. I'd pass on it even if it were free.

      • Dan the Man from USA:

        It's fine on hinges and springs, but not for the nitro piston.

      • Jerry from USA:

        No, It's for spring guns

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