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Old 01-13-2010, 09:50 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Hm ok. Well I adjusted it now. You say you should be able to fit a razor blad between the trigger and sear pin, is that when it's aired up?

I ran out of air I'll have to continue after I get an air fill tomorrow.

BTW I love how the valve slides out the back, that's awesome!
Yes thats aired up.

what happens when the bolt resets is the sear pin moves forward a bit if you look at it and the bolt you will see a bevel in each. if your trigger is snug with the pin the bolt wont reset fully and then you get a runaway affect.
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Yes thats aired up.

what happens when the bolt resets is the sear pin moves forward a bit if you look at it and the bolt you will see a bevel in each. if your trigger is snug with the pin the bolt wont reset fully and then you get a runaway affect.
Might be the problem, I'll have to air it up tomorrow with that in mind.

Everything else seems like it should be. All orings look solid.

Any other troublesome areas I should check?
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Old 01-14-2010, 05:09 AM   #24 (permalink)
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First and foremost when dealing with any mag:

Pull and hold the trigger. If it leaks down the barrel, you have an on/off top o-ring that isn't sealing.
Release the trigger. If it leaks down the barrel, you have a powertube o-ring leak.

Let us know what you find.
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Old 01-15-2010, 04:43 PM   #26 (permalink)
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I took it all apart, fixed it like Mr. Tom Kaye told me too. And now it makes the water sprinkler pfft pfftt every time I fire the trigger. Tom says that's due to the on/off teflon oring. It doesn't leak down the barrel though when I hold down the trigger. Could it still be the teflon oring?

*EDIT* nevermind! I adjusted the velocity adjuster, it was too far out. It works! Huzzah!
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