Originally Posted by AngelusNex
so powder coated... that sounds like a tightbores nightmare.
The general goal is to use a product that leaves as little material in your feedpath behind as possible and to keep your feedpath clean and free of anything like plastic dust, shavings, sand, fine particulate of any kind. So I wouldn't use anything powder coated, let alone any type of product that leaves residue in your feedpath - it will prematurely wear components and has the potential for jamming and damaging your gun. Tolerances are tight with upgraded guns with things like tightbores that you actually begin to see differences in what particular products do in your guns, hence why you see players with experience and upgrades tend to stick to a limited set of trusted suppliers and who are sticky about cleaning and storing their guns properly after every game.