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Old 09-21-2012, 11:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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tippmann smg 60 help! part 2

So I got the clips to feed properly but now I got another problem! Every time I fire it goes full auto then the bolt goes foward and doesn't come back, thoughts?
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Maybe check the O ring on the rear bolt.
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I put in a new oring, and its still doing that! could it b the co2 tank?
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check the body tube for deep scratches inside it. maybe you're getting blow-by past the bolt o-ring. also, is the pin that the main spring rides on straight?
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Its a little curved
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I found the problem! The orings I am using keep breaking apart, anyone know of good durable orings
That could fit the smg 60?
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contact Jay. i don't have his contact info but he's a seller on ebay and his name on there is pballjay or something close to that. he runs a store in Indiana i'm pretty sure. he has a lot of parts for the smg-60.
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Nvm, now the rear spring is too worn and it doesnt bounce the bolt back! anyone know where i can find a good spring for it?
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