Cleaning and lubricating your paintball gun rarely takes more than few minutes of your free time. You must remember that a nicely preserved paintball gun has a great gap with a not preserved one, particularly in regards to playing paintball.
But first, there are plenty of different brands paintball gun available on the industry today. If instructions in the operator’s manual vary from what is cited below, always follow the product’s manual. Make sure you have a “components kits” available and all the other cleaning rudiments. Always place an old newspaper in your worktable to make cleanup easier.1. The very first thing you have to do is to take out the air supply of your paintball gun. Working with a paintball gun with all an air supply still attached is a mortal sin in cleaning the paintball markers.
- Always have the paintball marker available when cleaning your paintball gun. If you don’t own one, check on the manufacturer’s webpage. The majority of it may be found online. If you can not secure one then sketch the internals of the paintball gun. Then eliminate the hopper, barrel, bolt, bolt and the grip frame. Lay all those neatly aside.
- It’s highly advisable that you start with the barrel. Run a squeegee from end to the other end of the barrel. Rinse it with warm water inside and out the barrel. Wipe it then using a paper towel. Run a squeegee through the barrel once more and then let it dry on a paper towel.
- Clean the insides of the gun’s frame when the internals of the mark is removed. Utilize Q-tips, toothbrushes or paper towels in cleaning those difficult to reach places.
- Clean out the grip-frame for broken paints and debris with a little brush. Words of warning, if you don’t want to have a hard time building the cause assembly, DO NOT dismantle it.
- Scrub the bolt and bolt with warm water and then clean it with a paper towel. Make certain to thoroughly dry these pieces. Scrutinize the o-rings on the bolt and hammer carefully. Ensure there are not any leaks in there.
- Replace cracked or going to crack o-rings, or else look amazing. Assess sure the all the springs are straight and check for broken screws and other internals. Always have a few additional o-rings whenever you are out in the battlefield area. You’ll never know just when you’re going to want them.
- Lubricate your marker with paint gun oil, once you’ve finished cleaning it. Use just paint gun oil since you may damage your marker in case you use another kind of petroleum.
- Assemble the paintball marker by abiding by the schematic or sketch which you draw.