Throughout the years, I have used many type of oil on my rifles, from the usual Bisley products to Electrolube lightweapon protection oil, and even Ballistol oil. All the oils come in either large containers, so that you have to decant a usable amount into a smaller container, or use the fitted nozzle in the smaller tins. Just recently, I came across some small bottles that are used with various ‘vape’ smoking devices. These bottles have a very small nozzle about half-an-inch long; others have a needle-type nozzle. I have found these bottles very handy when I need to apply a precise amount of oil to a part, or when the normal application method would deposit too much product, flooding the work with oil. I think these bottles work well, even if you want to keep a bottle in your gun bag for when you’re out at the range or on a hunt. Richard Nash DVS Air Rifle Service & Repair
That sounds like a good tip. I don’t ‘vape’ so I haven’t seen them myself, but if readers have friends who do, perhaps you could ask for the old bottles when they’re empty. Ed.