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Old 07-19-2012, 03:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Auto trigger not working

So I replaced my hammer and bolt. Fairly new to phantoms, but normally good with teching. But now the auto trigger didn't work. Didnt have much time to mess with it but figure it's just needing adjusting. Fires fine minus auto trigger. Start with the pump stroke or adjust the bolt?

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Old 07-19-2012, 05:50 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Something is not right if there is no auto trigger. Check to make sure the pump rod is lined up correctly in the hole in the bolt (not usually a problem, but they occasionally get jammed in there incorrectly, esp. w/ u.c. kits).
Is this a stock gun bought from CCI, or is it used? what is your set up?
Maybe check the sear and trigger assembly to see if a previous owner altered the faces of either of these pieces of steel.
RTR gargoyle trigger groups aren't supposed to auto-trigger (but sometimes they may), but the cci trigger group should a/t just fine.
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It's used, and th at worked fine but I had to replace the hammer n bolt. Now no at. It does have an uc kit n 90 frame. Other then that it's pretty normal? Will check the rod tonight
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Old 07-20-2012, 11:41 AM   #4 (permalink)
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is it gassed up? Usually phantoms do not fire when they are not gassed up, but some will with the proper spring set up.
what spring set up are you using? Did you change the tpc depth between the two bolts?
if you only changed the bolt/hammer, then the origin of the problem is some where in the bolt/hammer.
are you pumping all the way back and all the way forward (phantoms only respond to the touch of a FULL stroke )?
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Yes. When you try to slam fire it holds at the pump then then if you release the trigger and pull it again without pumping it fires. So it just stays cocked and isn't releasing for at
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