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Old 05-25-2017, 03:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Best lubricant for a Phantom?

Just wondering because the creamy stuff im using get all over the bolt and everywhere but it looks like it builds up in the body and i dont want that.

So whats best to use and sell me some haha.
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I have heard mayo mixed 50/50 with Baltic vinegar works very well, especially in the colder climates....

Or, you could use air tool oil.... cheap and it is the best after the above mentioned of course.....

One drop on the bolt assembly is all you need...
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No Walz that's what im using right now!!! lol

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Mayo, Balsamic Vinegar, a gold cup. I asked for oil not for what little Wayne had for lunch.

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Gold cup i heard of that thanks ill look into it.
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Second for Gold cup.

Drop in the ASA, maybe a drop on bolt assembly and the pivot points on the sear and trigger once in a while, and all done.

One bottle should last a while.
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10-4 ill need to buy some then cause this mayo im using now is terrible. thanks all for the input, even you Walz thanks for the laugh

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Second for Gold cup.

Drop in the ASA, maybe a drop on bolt assembly and the pivot points on the sear and trigger once in a while, and all done.

One bottle should last a while.
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I use air tool oil and even though it does not have a fancy name i think it is the best and cheapest you can buy...
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Ahh see this is good information i have air tool oil at home. i will try that , right after i try the mayo and balsamic mix you first suggested. worst case ill have dressing for my salad!!

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I also have gun oil isn't that essentially the same thing as Gold Cup? mine is pink though and smells like soap, i used it to oil and clean my Glock.
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