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Discussion in 'Gas Powered Guns' started by llbb010, Dec 25, 2012.
Just wonder so I don't break it. I have the ASG/Aftermath CZ 75D.
...It would help to have a link, but don't shoot it at people pointblank.
Let's see, how about not throwing it at the ground as hard as you can, keeping it out of fires is always a good idea. Avoiding it getting run over by cars is a must. In all seriousness, we can't help you until we know what gun you are talking about.
There I put it in the original thread post. I meant like to maintain it and like keep it clean and more technical stuff like that.
I use to put a drop of Pellgun oil on the co2 cartridge, at the tip of course, before puncturing it. I think they recommend you use it every 3 - 4 cartridges. It supposedly keeps the internals oiled since co2 is a dry gas, unlike green gas.
Co2 will dry out your gun if you dont take care of it. Lube the parts that move up with silicon oil like the springs, loading nozzle and where the slide makes contact every once in a while. I do it once a week unless Im playing alot and use it alot then twice. Dont over tighten your Co2 into the mag either.
Do I have to take the Co2 cartridge out or can I leave it in the mag when I'm done?