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Abbey Supply Airsoft Gas
Abbeys Predator Airsoft Gas is their main line of airsoft gases, and there are three different types of gas which have varying amounts of lubricant and power.
The lowest power one is the 144a Maintenance Gas – which comes in a 270ml can and is ideal for rejuvenating and restoring seals on gas magazines.
The medium ranged one is the Predator 144a gas which comes in a 700ml can and is ideal for non-blowback pistols like the MK23 or any Tokyo Marui gas blowback pistol in warmer weather.
And finally, the Predator Ultra Gas is much higher power and is recommended to use with metal slides like WE pistols, Cybergun pistols, ASG pistols, King Arms pistols and many more. HFC134a is also known as Difluoroethane and is used in a lot of airsoft guns as it’s a very common type of gas.
Abbeys offer this gas in their “standard” dioxide range as it’s a great all-rounder and gives a good balance between power and recoil. This particular can is 1000ml which should last most people quite some time! It’s worth noting that this is not suitable for cold weather as it will freeze up your gun!
Abbey Supply Airsoft Lubricants & Maintenance
Abbey Supply produces numerous silicone-based lubricants which can be used for hundreds of applications in airsoft.
Whether you choose the spray, oil or grease depends on how much constant movement the part in question is after. Abbey also makes their lithium-based LT2 grease, anti fog lens spray and barrel cleaning wipes for ease.
The company’s silicon sprays and oils can both be applied to magazines, gas routs, O-rings, inner barrels, Hop Up rubbers and most other rubber and plastic parts. Their LT2 grease should be used on gears, rails, bushings, catches and springs while their anti-fog lens spray can be applied to safety glasses, masks and goggles.
All of Abbey’s products are safe to use on airsoft guns and will not damage or break down any parts. When applied correctly, their products will help keep your airsoft gun running smoothly and efficiently!