Feed one end of it. Through. There then as it a hook on the Rings here just pull it through to give a good firm tug that should clean off any debris that may be left inside the barrel.
Keep your gun clean. After each game make sure that it is free from any paint or mud: A broken paintball in the barrel will result in poor accuracy and/or prevent your gun firing. Your gun hopper must be clean and dry inside.
Take your barrel stick it in your barrel. And once it’s complete your hand will let go pull it out and this should get all the your paint out take your cloth side stick it in just for a nice polish.
What is a barrel squeegee?
The squeegee or barrel swab is used to clean your barrel from all unwanted residue, dirt or debris.
Let’s start with the straight shot squeegee. The benefit of this is that you can push down this this disc will go out of the way push. This down your barrel pass the broken paint.
It’s best you drop them in there with some lukewarm water and maybe a cap full of laundry. So a laundry detergent and let it soak for a few minutes. And then take your scrub brush and on.
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Before gameplay, make sure to oil the front and rear bolt O-ring. Use oil specifically made for paintball guns only, because other types can damage the O-rings. Remember that less is more when it comes to oil. Too much oil will gather over time and cause delays in the operation.
Just lay it in the order that you pull them out. And you can wipe it down here if you want to take it apart all the way you’re going to push this piece towards the back and up at the same time.
Use a mild car-washing detergent, warm water and a sponge or cloth. Then dry the area with a towel. Use a bug-and-tar-removing product by dabbing a few drops onto a cloth or paper towel, then rubbing over the paintball stain.
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