Care for Your Bb Gun

Introduction: Care for Your Bb Gun

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This is all about looking after your bb gun so your bb gun doesn't get broke



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Step 1:

Always buy the write size bb bullet because if you dont then it is to big to use.

If you have to cock the gun back then never point it down because a bb bullet sometimes fall out (if its cheap).

Step 2:

If you have some WD40 then use it for you bb gun.What you do is spray the the WD40 down it and it makes the bb come out smoother (Dont always try this because sometimes it doesnt work) .

And that is how you care for it...

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    18 Discussions

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    mattyandchloe
    mattyandchloe

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    not bothered if I spell wrong as long as people can understand it

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    cicichap3
    cicichap3

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    that's a shame because if you don't care about your spelling, how can you expect someone to care about what you have to say

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    cj8675
    cj8675

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    no offense but you dont know what you are talking about at all

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    sharlston
    sharlston

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    tri flow is pretty good but wd40 wont damge anything unless its latex but i use real airsoft lubrictant made of silicone and teflon

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    Lloyd-G
    Lloyd-G

    6 years ago

    Could have done with a bit more

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    he3r0
    he3r0

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    hey, pictured C11 IS a bb gun, take 4,5mm BB's. powered by CO2, (no idea if Author pictured his/hers own BB gun or not, but the yellow balls are not "ammo" for C11)
    and DO NOT use WD40... use silica/teflon lubricants for that purpose.

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    stephenniall
    stephenniall

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Thats true it just fires bbs ! and popcorn kernals ! lol i dont see the point in this instructable though its mostly what yours says but spelt wrong and she tells us to spray wd 40 down it but not to do it always because it sometimes doesnt work ?

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    becauseican
    becauseican

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    ya. people dont really know the difference. bb stands for ball bearing. metal ball bearing

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    sharlston
    sharlston

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    ye i made the mistake at first but i realised soon enough

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    he3r0
    he3r0

    7 years ago on Introduction

    hey, pictured C11 IS a bb gun, take 4,5mm BB's. powered by CO2, (no idea if Author pictured his/hers own BB gun or not, but the yellow balls are not "ammo" for C11)
    and DO NOT use WD40... use silica/teflon lubricants for that purpose.

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    cj8675
    cj8675

    8 years ago on Introduction

    no offense but this will break your gun and you dont know what you are talking about

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    the.rollie
    the.rollie

    8 years ago on Step 2

    no, dont use wd-40, it eats the o-rings that seal the air in the gun, they make special oil for bb/pellet guns called: pellgun oil. its like 3-4 bucks a tube

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    sharlston
    sharlston

    10 years ago on Introduction

    this ible is just a direct copy of mine but spelt wrong and with pictures from google

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    sharlston
    sharlston

    10 years ago on Introduction

    have you had any luck using silicone or teflon based airsoft lubricants?

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    pinback173
    pinback173

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    lightweight silicone-based lubes should be just fine for the trigger assembly and/or lubing / cleaning the barrel.  However for the CO2 mechanism you will need a heavier weight oil to get the seals properly lubed without causing problems - the light 1.5w airsoft lube actually causes leaks because of the CO2 pressure.  Crosman has "pellgunoil" which is similar to 30wt non-detergent motor oil with additives that are specific to CO2 airguns, that is the best choice.  Personally I use a non-degergent 30wt motor oil (I got a gallon from a friend who is in the construction industry) and it works well for all my CO2 NBB airsoft / pellet / BB replicas.