Abbey Sniper Gas has absolutely no lubricant in it. Whilst the lubricants in our gases are designed not to make their way into your hop-up, there?s always a chance, and that can affect accuracy. Our sniper gas is completely dry, therefore there?s absolutely no chance of lubricant getting into your hop-up and affecting accuracy and range.
Because of this, we recommend you service your magazines regularly, or store them using Abbey Maintenance Gas.
Sniper Gas is one of the highest-pressure gases we produce, up there with our Vertex Gas. It?s formulated to maintain FPS even at the lower temperatures that more airsoft gases struggle with. The high pressure means that the gas is stable for longer, your follow up shots are consistent FPS and accurate.
Resistant to Cool Down
The higher pressure means that the gas is less susceptible to the cool down affect and colder temperatures. Your FPS remains stable even in the cooler temperatures where other gases would struggle.
Increased muzzle velocity gives you more accuracy
Most normal gases are lubricated. This wets the hop-up and you need to apply more pressure which in turn slows the BB. The slowing of the BB and the reduced hop-up leads to less accuracy and poor performance.
Using Abbey Brut Sniper Gas does not wet the hop-up. Its dry formulation keeps the hop-up in perfect condition for rapid fire on full auto. Its blend of carefully selected gases produces maximum power for perfect shooting.
When using Abbey Brut Sniper Gas you can reduce the pressure of the hop-up to increase muzzle velocity. But you still produce maximum backspin. Greater backspin gives a flatter trajectory. A flatter trajectory produces greater accuracy and more enemy kills.