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|06-01-2013, 03:28 AM||#2 (permalink)|
Copy from one of the master at ICDO:
Lubrication: Please note that oil and lube are different. Lube is a thick slick substance. Oil is a slightly viscous liquid that is obviously slick.
Recommended Lubes: Dow 33, Sleek....
Recommended Oils: Tri-flo, Air Tool Oil....
On a Bushmaster, the following parts shoulde be lubed:
•HPR plunger (piston)
•LPR plunger O-rings
When applying Lubricant, rub a light coating on the outside of orings, and wipe away any excess lube. I.E., you don't want "globs," but you don't want to be incredibly skimpy. Keep in mind while lubricating that one package of lube SHOULD (unless it's very small) last you a good long time, and you should be lubing your gun once roughly every 10-12 cases of paint.
Should the bolt be lubed? The short answer is no. A standard Bushmaster bolt has no orings and no need for lube. If you have an aftermarket bolt that has orings you may add a couple drops of oil to them. Some light paintball oil like Tri-flo should be used.
|06-02-2013, 10:54 PM||#4 (permalink)|
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Location: Grande Prairie AB
I know I'm not the only one who though of this so... (throws maturity out of window)
How the lube working for Uranus?
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