Originally Posted by Towe1ey
I've been curious about Froglube for a few weeks now.
IIRC, the paste described as cold bacon fat becomes less viscous as the bolt of your real steel becomes hotter through regular shooting, correct me if I'm wrong.
I can understand this being great for an AEG as the gearbox will heat up and the paste will do as it should, but what about a GBBR?
Will the cooldown effects of running propane through the gun inhibit, or lessen the intended effects of Froglube? Wondering if anybody has utilized this and how it performed. Thanks.
I wondered the same thing, but according to the Frog Lube website it says that it is good for both Airsoft and paintball. It even mentions it being good for maintaining the O-Rings in a paintball gun. O.o
I actully just ordered some off amazon because of this thread for my AEG, and the metal slide in my GBB pistol.