I recently recieved and autococker( serial number# 89190) from RoBo and need some help with it. I was told it is out of time and have tryed to set it up according to the giude I got at cockertech.com with No luck( But I have never had one before so I am cocker stupid). What it doing is not cocking the gun on its own it will cycle the ram but the cocking rod dosen't go back far enought to catch. If I pull it back manually it will catch . What do I need to adjust to get this working?
Increase your LPR output? Is the ram moving fast and not catching, or slow and not catching? Lubricate the ram? Are you pulling the trigger back for a long enough period of time?
Sounds like the cocking rod needs to be adjusted. With no air on the gun, pull the bolt/back block assembly back far enough to clear the feed port, does the gun cock? If not, adjust the little nut thingy on the back of the cocking rod until it does then lock that puppy in place. Make sure you have clearance for a ball to drop into the chamber.
Increase your LPR output?
How does one do this? the gun is all stock
Is the ram moving fast and not catching, or slow and not catching?
it appers to be moving at the correct speed but appears to not be moving the cocking rod back far enough to catch the sear.
Lubricate the ram? will try this
Are you pulling the trigger back for a long enough period of time? I have owned a mag forever so I know about short strocking
Sounds like the cocking rod needs to be adjusted. I have tried setting it up like the instuctions in the timing guide I have but it appears the ram is not moving back far enough. I will try the cocking rod adjustment again.
I'd recommend keeping the LPR midrange for now and trying to shorten the cocking rod distance. If it's stuck, you can put an extra bumper on the rod to shorten the throw.
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