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pakalolo 07-15-2012 07:25 PM

help dsp framed duckslide phantom auto triggering all the time
 
so I have a duckslide with a dsp frame all my screws are tight running stock phantom springs with a polished bolt, polished stock hammer . So today my duck started auto triggering when i went to reload my next ball on every other shot anobody know reason why this would happen would the trigger plate cause this??? please help

Stilgar 07-15-2012 08:16 PM

Your title sounds like a snowboard trick or something.

How hot was it where you are? Are you using tue silver spring?

pakalolo 07-15-2012 08:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Stilgar (Post 2411607)
Your title sounds like a snowboard trick or something.

How hot was it where you are? Are you using tue silver spring?

Lol, today it was like mid 90's and yeah im using a standard cci silver spring. Yesterday i played in mid 80's weather at another field and didnt run into this problem at all

Stilgar 07-15-2012 09:38 PM

I had this issue using a Red main spring (strong one) and high temperatures... if you have a softer main spring...you could try that?

What I think is happening is that the CO2 just has enough pressure to pop the sear when you push it forward.

Dummy Question coming though...Is the gun clean? Inside and in the trigger frame?

tedaut 07-15-2012 09:57 PM

It auto triggers when you bring the pump handle all the way forward . I played with pakalolo today and took a look at it .

Canuck 07-15-2012 10:20 PM

Funny, my DSP started doing exactly the same thing today. I haven't had a chance to look into it yet but it was happening when the 12gram was running low - the valve felt a little soft, maybe worth a new spring...

Edit: Never mind, I was obviously too tired and a bit overheated when I responded and didn't think things through...

dukie 07-15-2012 10:39 PM

it sounds like the trip point was right on the edge of being to close to the bolt closed position. the extra heat expanded things just atiny bit and it is now past that point. take a little bit of material off the top and back of the trip wedge on the top of the trigger to make the trip point a tiny but further forward. use the video at the bottom of the first post in the sales thread for modifying for non stock hammers.

its either that or some dirt, or a worn sear of bolt lip.

I can't see how the spring or gas pressure could cause it but I could be wrong.

Canuck 07-16-2012 06:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dukie (Post 2411792)
it sounds like the trip point was right on the edge of being to close to the bolt closed position. the extra heat expanded things just atiny bit and it is now past that point. take a little bit of material off the top and back of the trip wedge on the top of the trigger to make the trip point a tiny but further forward. use the video at the bottom of the first post in the sales thread for modifying for non stock hammers.

its either that or some dirt, or a worn sear of bolt lip.

I can't see how the spring or gas pressure could cause it but I could be wrong.

Thanks Dukie, I'll take it apart later and look at what might have happened.

pakalolo 07-17-2012 03:18 AM

So i shaved to much looks like ill need a new trigger plate ill be pming u dukie

dukie 07-17-2012 11:33 AM

lol, well that explains the need for a new plate.


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