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Things I liked: Excellent stuff for the springs.
Things I would have changed: The needle applicator should be included with this.
What others should know: Do not use this on anything other than spring piston weapons.
Things I liked: It's the recommended product for my air gun,Diana RWS 350 Magnum. I shoot quite a bit to maintain trigger memory in between the expensive outings with my 7mm mag. Air gun maintenance of the mechanics is important. This product is excellent for the task. About every 400 rounds I strip the rifle down and clean it thoroughly.
Things I would have changed: longer more narrow bottle or tube for ease in holding for use.
What others should know: Squeeze bottle very slowly and gently always using the needle dropper attachment to get the right amount or you will have a mess. Also store bottle in a plastic bag to prevent accidents.
Things I liked: use this oil in conjunction with the RWS breach oil,and this stuff really does what it supposed to do,it works,made my bigcat brand new again.
Things I would have changed: more oz. per bottle
What others should know: if your rifle isn't performeing all that great put a few drops of this oil where the spring/piston is located,also purchase some of the RWS breach oil and just 2 drops in the breach and and then start sending pellets down range and watch your rifle shoot better each time.
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best oil for breakbarrel?
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?
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.
can i use this on a nitro piston or gas ram?
"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.
It's fine on hinges and springs, but not for the nitro piston.
No, It's for spring guns