Vap­ing sup­plies

Air Gunner - - Your Letters -

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.

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