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I've scoured the internet, browsed reddit threads but still can't come to a decent conclusion on this. What lube/grease should I use for my GBB pistol? (WE M92). I've had it for a week now but it must have been on the shelf for a while as it looks very dry (the nozzle sometimes sticks to the outer barrel). Ive got some maintenance gas coming but I dont know what lube/grease to use for the slide rails or anything, any help/links to products would be appreciated, thanks Pics of nozzle sticking, etc http://imgur.com/a/HIUEC Also, the gun was/is green due to UK airsoft law but it was badly applied and was able to be mostly rubbed off

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Get silicone grease for the metal slides. It has the consistency of jelly. Apply it to the slides and anywhere where you get metal on metal contact.

Also get some silicone oil in a spray can for the seals. This is really of a thin consistency so not really suitable for contact lubrication. You can also get some thinner silicone oil which is a bit more runnier than the grease which I use to run into the harder to reach places.

 

Products like these. Shop around or pop to your nearest airsoft shop.

 

http://www.socomtactical.net/Abbey-Silicone-Gun-Oil-35-aerosol

 

http://www.socomtactical.net/Abbey-Silicone-Gun-Oil-35-dropper-bottle

 

http://www.socomtactical.net/Abbey-Silicone-Grease

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Abbey LT2 for the slide and any metal to metal contact. Abbey aerosol silicon oil for spraying into the hammer, trigger etc.

 

Ive got the WE M92 too.

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Get silicone grease for the metal slides. It has the consistency of jelly. Apply it to the slides and anywhere where you get metal on metal contact.

Also get some silicone oil in a spray can for the seals. This is really of a thin consistency so not really suitable for contact lubrication. You can also get some thinner silicone oil which is a bit more runnier than the grease which I use to run into the harder to reach places.

 

Products like these. Shop around or pop to your nearest airsoft shop.

 

http://www.socomtactical.net/Abbey-Silicone-Gun-Oil-35-aerosol

 

http://www.socomtactical.net/Abbey-Silicone-Gun-Oil-35-dropper-bottle

 

http://www.socomtactical.net/Abbey-Silicone-Grease

Thank you so much, really appreciate it!

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I've scoured the internet, browsed reddit threads but still can't come to a decent conclusion on this. What lube/grease should I use for my GBB pistol? (WE M92). I've had it for a week now but it must have been on the shelf for a while as it looks very dry (the nozzle sometimes sticks to the outer barrel). Ive got some maintenance gas coming but I dont know what lube/grease to use for the slide rails or anything, any help/links to products would be appreciated, thanks Pics of nozzle sticking, etc http://imgur.com/a/HIUEC Also, the gun was/is green due to UK airsoft law but it was badly applied and was able to be mostly rubbed off

 

These videos should give you a little bit of info!

 

 

In short, metal on metal = lithium/moly grease (like Abbey LT2 grease)

Plastic/metal on plastic = Silicone oil/grease.

 

Thanks!

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These videos should give you a little bit of info!

 

 

In short, metal on metal = lithium/moly grease (like Abbey LT2 grease)

Plastic/metal on plastic = Silicone oil/grease.

 

Thanks!

Your 1st and last videos are private ;)

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If you are looking for a cheap alternative to LT2, which is exactly the same stuff? CV joint grease for cars, 1L costs less than one of abbey's little tubs.

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