|Junglepeanut ||10-14-2012 10:16 PM |
Problems with a micromag
Hey all, I have a silly automag question. I have always been an autococker fan and never had luck with mags and know very little about them. My Bro-in-Law recently asked me to tune up his FX micro that had been sitting for 5+ years. I went through the entire marker and cleaned/lubed/replaced orings. All seems well but when I start shooting it after so many shots the trigger pin will stay back and will not come back forward. Probably something easy but I figured I would ask before I go crazy trying to fix it.
Thanx for the help
|AbeShip ||10-14-2012 10:26 PM |
Good be low pressure in the tank/low output pressure of the tank reg? (I am no mag expert, by any means).
pull the little pin out of the on/off and add a few drops of oil in the pin hole and around the seals.
|maggot ||10-14-2012 11:02 PM |
Need to know more info, like what valve is in it (classic, X, or RT).
But first make sure you are using an 800+ psi output tank.
|Junglepeanut ||10-15-2012 01:28 AM |
I will try some more oil in it. It is a classic valve and I tried a high pressure air tank and CO2 as well. Same prob with both.
|BIG BOB ||10-15-2012 01:56 AM |
better just give it to me
|Millar156 ||10-15-2012 07:37 AM |
Sounds like bolt stick to me. If you push a barrel swab down the barrel will the bolt/trigger pin reset? If so it's bolt stick and could be a bad bolt, spring, or sear.
|Junglepeanut ||10-15-2012 12:21 PM |
Big B, if it was mine I would happily send it your way for the price of shipping, I know its my own fault but I have never owned a Mag that worked. Millar, that sounds like a good guess. I will give that a shot.
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