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Old 07-20-2013, 01:28 AM   #11 (permalink)
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That Brass plug was loose, and FYI the tip of a Letherman Wave's pliers fit into the slot (like it was made for it) to unscrew it. I took it all apart and cleaned and oiled everything I could find (under that brass plug was packed with dirty grease) I will test it in the morning and see if its all working now.
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Old 07-20-2013, 10:52 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Thanks for the detailed answer, I will be ripping this thing apart in the next 10 or 15min
if I run into any problem I will be sending you a message. if push comes to shove I can always drive down to London and bribe you to have a look at it. one other question where do you get your replacement o-rings from? Rap4 wants a crazy amount for shipping.

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There are no rap4 dealers who sell online in Canada, so you have to buy from a rap4 dealer in the states. I would recommend spiderwebsusa.com their website looks cheap, but it is legitimate. I have bought from them twice before. Shipping is going to be expensive no matter what you do, so just buy lots of stuff at the same time. Like magazines, extra seals, and paint all at once. Rap4's .43 paint can be stored for quite a long time, so just buy a bag of 1000 or something. If you want to store their paint, put it in a plastic container like a pod or something, and then throw in a bunch of silica gell packs and oxygen absorbers (like in packages of bacon bits). These will help to preserve them too. Store them in a cool place, like a basement or cold cellar if you have one too.
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Its working great smiffington you are my Hero. If I am ever in London for a game I owe you a coffee.
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When I put a new capsule in at the field it wouldn't cycle the slide. Worked great at home ...
It sounds like your problem is mechanical and not pneumatic Bond. Check the trigger bar going back to the hammer mechanism, if it is bent, upside down, or sliding off the pin on the trigger assembly then that will cause you problems. Then check the tab on the hammer that latches to hold it down. If this tab or the tab that latches against it is worn down to much, then your hammer will not lock down to be released when you pull the trigger. The only fix for this is to buy another hammer. Be careful in the hammer assembly, and look over it well before you begin to take it apart so you can get it back together correctly. Another thing to check are those two black rubber seals on the outside of the valve. If one is swollen or folded over, it will be incredibly hard to pull the slide back, and if you get it back, the marker will not recycle the slide after you fire.
I hope this helps, let me know if that is not the problem.

You are welcome Blue, but I am not really a coffee drinker. So if we go to Timmy's we can get their smoothie with a shot of yogurt, that's some good eatin' there!
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Smiffington, that sounds like a plan...
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ADVICE FROM RAP4: For the Combat pistol try checking the barrel pull bars which are located inside of the slide, make sure itís properly oiled.
This advice was sent from rap 4.
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Bond, What are you using for lube on your pistol?
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Silicon spray.
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