Reviews: AIM All Purpose Silicone Lubricant Oil Spray for Airsoft / Firearm


38 Customer Reviews
Model: Lube001x1

Displaying 13 to 24 (of 38 reviews)

Pages:    1  2  3  4   
by Aren L. on 2011-11-06 23:51:53
"It's oil and does the job. Don't bother with the included needle applicator, which won't fit and could make you (like me) bend the upper portion and mess up the spray or seal. Just be gentle with it and you're fine. There appears to be enough in there to last multiple maintenance runs on your gear as long as you don't own an armory.
by Jake K. on 2011-01-14 19:29:35
"this is a very nice product even for the amount your getting and the price your paying the only bad thing i found was like the guy below said it dosent smell to good but then u get used to it
by Tom M. on 2010-06-08 21:40:57
"Kind of small but it goes a long way. The straw makes it easy to spray it into small spaces.
by Adam W. on 2010-05-31 11:21:02
"Does what it supposed to do although the bottle is a little small. My straw didn't fit but I had another one that fit pretty good. Also something happened to the stem on mine and when I press too hard silicone oil shoots out everywhere. Other than that its pretty good oil.

Remember! NEVER use WD-40 or other silicone oil than may contain acetone which can eat rubber and plastic!
by Andrew V. on 2010-04-12 22:59:13
"Awesome price for this little thing. The bottle may be small, but its got plenty in there. My straw didnt fit at all though.
by grant O. on 2010-03-18 19:48:31
"this is good stuff :) and anyone that says "It doesn't come with much :-(" ...... well, it isn't supposed to come with much 'cause you aren't suppose to spray alot
by Daniel S. on 2010-03-07 10:03:00
"Very good product. It's about 4 inches tall, but its really good. BUY IT!!
by Daniel T. on 2010-01-09 15:45:19
"note to self, EXTREMELY flammable. Learned from experience, 5/5 though
by Patrick W. on 2009-09-28 19:04:33
"This is a very nice product for the price. There's not really much else that I can say about it, ha ha.


1. Lubricates very nicely
2. Very easy to use
3. Quality product, cheap price


1. Doesn't smell too pleasant, but it's not supposed to
2. The little stray is easily lost

Other than that, it does what it's supposed to. Spray it into your gun, magazines, etc, etc. A+
by Drake S. on 2009-09-24 19:10:40
"Very nice little bottle. The bottle is a LOT smaller than it looks in the picture, but it's more prtable that way. Great lube though, comes with a little straw to help spray it in hard-to-reach areas. It is a little expensive for the amount that you get though.
by Brendan V. on 2009-03-05 22:27:09
"Running your gun with out lubrication causes FRICTION which leads to HEAT and WEAR = Component Failure and a sad day at the field watching every one else have fun. Compared to ICS I prefere this P Force brand cause the Silicone does not dry to fast which means it gets to run through out your gun before settling in and turning into lube. They also come in small little 1 inch wide X 4 inch high bottle which stores easily in your bag with out taking up alot of room. Recommened Buy It, Shoot It, Love It!
by Carl M. on 2009-02-02 16:11:33
"Just to get things straight as it seems some newbs are reading this. WD-40, 3 in 1 oil, and most oils you use around the house are petroleum based. They have what in tech talk are called petroleum distillates. These will dissolve rubber, dry it, and break it down over time. This oil that is advertised here is silicon based and will not hurt any part of your gun. Also just for another note. If you buy silicone oil and it says do not ingest it or swallow it then it is not pure silicone oil. Pure silicone oil will not harm a person in any way either. Lets see you take a mouth full of WD-40 and see how you feel. (disclaimer) do not try ingesting WD-40. It was only meant as a graphic example.

So in short DO NOT USE any household lubricants of any kind on your gun unless they are pure silicone. Anything that has petroleum bases in it will damage your gun. this is also try of some greases. Make sure they are pure Teflon when using greases as well.

Displaying 13 to 24 (of 38 reviews)

Pages:    1  2  3  4