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

$4.50 $4.00

31 Customer Reviews
Model: Lub001x1
Location: D2-240

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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.

PROS:

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

CONS:

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.
by Gregg W. on 2009-01-21 13:56:05
"Very good spray. Designed for airsoft. Comes in a very little bottle. It will probably last for a while considering your not really aspoued to spray for more than a second.
by daniel c. on 2009-01-05 20:55:33
"ok for all you poeple who are confused wd-40 is a chain lube-bustrust arosole this is a silicone based arisole. i got this product and it owns. it helps alot. buy it now!
by Kevin L. on 2009-01-02 15:21:22
"WD-40 does not have silicon lubricant in it, it is only a degreaser and it will eat the plastic over time. this stuff is meant for Airsoft Guns and you should lubricate it to increase accuracy and fps. FPS decreases after time like when your bike rusts, so apply lubricant to keep it running smoothly.
by Bob S. on 2008-12-22 07:51:09
"also, this is silicon because the other lubes will dissolve ur o-rings
by hunter L. on 2008-10-22 17:18:10
"yo never use wd40 it muffs up you guna acuracy and it goes out the window
by Joey p. on 2008-10-13 20:38:30
"AH dont get wd-40 it breaks your gun.... this is a silicoln based product and is not the same so dont use wd-40 in your gun lol im serious
by Matt S. on 2008-10-12 21:03:45
"is this not WD-40? as in the WD-40 that I can get for the same price but like twice the size??

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