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Old 02-25-2018, 11:02 AM   #31 (permalink)
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Did you screw the timing actuating rod collar all the way back towards the trigger frame and slowly by 1/4 turns move it outwards towards the 3 way?

Also take all the pressure off your lpr before you try any thing and adjust it until it will bring the back block back to a point where the lug should catch the sear. Donít send your gun out keep at it and figure it out with help from people here. It is way more satisfying that way.


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You mean turn the lpr all the way in?
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Old 02-25-2018, 11:03 AM   #32 (permalink)
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Also from your video you posted. Your Back block, pump arm, cocking rod, or hammer lug isnít set correctly. Your hammer lug isnít catching the sear at the point where your back block stops pulling it back.


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Old 02-25-2018, 03:38 PM   #34 (permalink)
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No. The rod that connects your trigger to the 3 way. Thatís the actuating rod. There is the collar with the set screws. That collar needs to be threaded all the way twords the trigger until it runs out of threads. Thatís the starting point. Turn the collar 1/4 turn at a time out to the 3 way. Yes it will leak at some points if adjustments. Your looking to find that spot where the gun doesnít leak and it actuates the 3 way in proper timing.

If you would like further help just pm me we can maybe figure some stuff out here.


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I am not sure how your lpr operates as far as in being no pressure or out being no pressure. Most of the lpr I have on any guns I own are out is off. Meaning you turn the adjustment screw or knob all the way out and it takes tension off the spring inside. And it wouldnít have any pressure going into the gun. You slowly turn it in to increase pressure and in turn get it to fire reliably.


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