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Old February 27th, 2012, 16:10   #16
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Would you know if the permatex super lube at canadian tire the Molybdenum? I think it is.
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Old February 27th, 2012, 16:36   #17
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read the question wrong, nvm me
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Old February 27th, 2012, 19:14   #18
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Would you know if the permatex super lube at canadian tire the Molybdenum? I think it is.
... could you rephrase that?
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Old February 27th, 2012, 21:16   #19
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That low profile rail, is that aftermarket or VFC?
has to be vfc, the other wouldn't work as of the mount is wider. Even the retractable stock too.
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Old February 27th, 2012, 21:24   #20
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Saw somebody did this and try it my self.
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Old February 27th, 2012, 22:13   #21
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Which Tamiya grease are you using? Molybdenum is better than ceramic for mechanical usage.
Yeah I am using the molybdenum. Not ceramic.


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has to be vfc, the other wouldn't work as of the mount is wider. Even the retractable stock too.
Damn... It's out of stock everywhere I checked so far...
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Old February 28th, 2012, 12:42   #22
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I heard that SuperLube (with PTFE) works great on GBBs, I've been using it with great results. Is the molybdenum grease even better?
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Old February 28th, 2012, 14:12   #23
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Tamiya molybdenum is really nice stuff, but it's also real expensive. I prefer Super Lube only for the price, but I've used Tamiya molybdenum for a lot of my own stuff as well.
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Old February 28th, 2012, 15:41   #24
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Tamiya molybdenum is really nice stuff, but it's also real expensive. I prefer Super Lube only for the price, but I've used Tamiya molybdenum for a lot of my own stuff as well.
how about the Permatex - ultra slick synthitic grease?
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Old February 28th, 2012, 15:49   #25
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how about the Permatex - ultra slick synthitic grease?
are we still talking about guns?

I've been using a teflon wax.. on metal on metal parts.. does not attract dust .. and seems to work in to the metal and provide a really slick but non oily surface
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Old February 28th, 2012, 15:54   #26
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how about the Permatex - ultra slick synthitic grease?
Couldn't say, I've never used that before.

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I've been using a teflon wax.. on metal on metal parts.. does not attract dust .. and seems to work in to the metal and provide a really slick but non oily surface
That sounds pretty good... where did you get that from?
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are we still talking about guns?

I've been using a teflon wax.. on metal on metal parts.. does not attract dust .. and seems to work in to the metal and provide a really slick but non oily surface
is that the one you showed me last time? if that doesn't attract dust would be awesome. now I'm using G96 complete gun treatment for lub. it can't apply on o-ring but work extreme perfect on metal and plastic parts. it creates very smooth surface on the metal as I showed you on my M4. but the trigger group I'm still using grease that's why I would like to know more details. thanks. btw, where can I buy this teflon wax?
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is that the one you showed me last time? if that doesn't attract dust would be awesome. now I'm using G96 complete gun treatment for lub. it can't apply on o-ring but work extreme perfect on metal and plastic parts. it creates very smooth surface on the metal as I showed you on my M4. but the trigger group I'm still using grease that's why I would like to know more details. thanks. btw, where can I buy this teflon wax?
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Old February 28th, 2012, 16:09   #29
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regarding the gas mag leak, here is something I would like to share.

release valve has 3 o-ring, 2 large are for sealing the mag and the small is for gas release use. as of my experience, leaking is coming from the gas release one causes by the spring is a bit too weak to hold on position. couldn't find out how to fix but you can use a tool to slightly pull it up and slightly turn it a bit, if the leak stops, that is the same problem as I have. also make sure not damage it.




be careful, don't damage it.
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regarding the gas mag leak, here is something I would like to share.

release valve has 3 o-ring, 2 large are for sealing the mag and the small is for gas release use. as of my experience, leaking is coming from the gas release one causes by the spring is a bit too weak to hold on position. couldn't find out how to fix but you can use a tool to slightly pull it up and slightly turn it a bit, if the leak stops, that is the same problem as I have. also make sure not damage it.




be careful, don't damage it.
I don't even know what the problem is, I tried your method to fix it but it doesn't help much. When the mag is under near full pressure it starts to leak a little.

I'll need to find some how to disassemble the mag to get to that valve.
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