ASG Ultrair 12-Gram CO2 Lubrication Cartridges 5ct by ASG in Box
This is a Co2 cartridge pack from ASG and the manufacturer recommends using these prelubed cartridges in place of at least every 10th cartridge. However, you can use them 100% of the time without concern that you’re overlubing your gun.
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ASG ULTRAIR 12-GRAM CO2 LUBRICATION CARTRIDGES 5CT
- CO2 cartridges with silicone lubrication
- 12 grams each
- Each cartridge contains 0.80 grams of silicone oil
- Lubricates your CO2-powered guns and helps maintain the seals
- Insert and use like any other CO2 cartridge (no additional lubrication required)*
*The manufacturer recommends using these prelubed cartridges in place of at least every 10th cartridge. However, you can use them 100% of the time without concern that you’re overlubing your gun.
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