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Old October 10th, 2012, 19:37   #16
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Haha I am not sure that the water based lubricant will quite up to the task......or will it! Haha
Don't refer to it as lube, refer to it as what it REALLY is, PENETRATING OIL!

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Just curious which one you using? The water clear or cream/tan one?
The answer is NEITHER! It's white, and as I said, it's a formula they unfortunately no longer make
I'm told the new tan formula doesn't work so well for airsoft
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Old October 11th, 2012, 11:28   #17
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I'm a big fan of the Permatex Ultraslick for moving parts and silicone oil for mags.
I use exactly the same products in my GBBR and GBBP and never had an issue so far. Of course, I clean them after each game and relube them like new
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Old October 11th, 2012, 11:42   #18
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I use white lithium grease and some molyb paste on the internals such as gears and piston. Externals, I use either a 50/50 mix of white lithium and graphite or use Silcglide, which is a silicone based lube from a sex shop. It may sound weird, but it works like a charm similar to RC shock oil.
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that's hilarious... what else do you pick up while you're there? :P
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Old November 10th, 2012, 18:56   #19
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I'm a big fan of the Permatex Ultraslick for moving parts and silicone oil for mags.
Sorry for the bump but I gotta ask this. I also have the Permatex Ultra Slick Multipurpose grease. It says directly on the bottle that it is safe on plastic, rubber, metal, wood etc. It also states that it contains petroleum. I believe this stuff is just like Superlube and is based on Synthetic Hydrocarbons. So heres te thing....if it contains petroleum how is it safe on rubber and plastic like it states? Are you using it on your gears as well as piston rings?
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