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Old 12-08-2018, 11:32 AM   #21 (permalink)
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I have a bachelors in engineering and I'm very mechanically incline... this shouldn't be hard for me to learn
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Old 12-08-2018, 11:46 AM   #22 (permalink)
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Ok... you're adjusting the pump rod, not the cocking rod.

The cocking rod is what the backblock hits, at the back of the gun... the knob on the end can be adjusted in and out to change the position of where the backblock cocks the gun.
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Old 12-08-2018, 12:04 PM   #23 (permalink)
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I've adjusted all three rods . The pump arm , trigger rod and cocking rod .
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Old 12-08-2018, 12:14 PM   #24 (permalink)
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Have you read Ravi Chopra's guide to timing a Cocker? I have a feeling you're adjusting things but not understanding how they affect timing.

Most of what needs to be adjusted can be done without airing it up.
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Old 12-08-2018, 12:16 PM   #25 (permalink)
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1 Remove your air source
2 put ball in feed neck
3 grasp back block or bolt and pull back on bolt until ball drops into chamber
Did the marker cock?
Did the cocking rod come in contact withthe back block?
Did the cocking rod move?
4 If the marker did not cock try pulling on just the cocking rod.
Does it cock?
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Also side note I do have the SF trilogy frame on it but with the eyes off cause I haven't had the body drilled yet .
Plenty of drilled bodies out there. No need to ruin a good one.
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Plenty of drilled bodies out there. No need to ruin a good one.
That's actually why I haven't drilled this one . I'm looking for a body I like that's already drilled . Problem is its gonna be break beams so I'm afraid if I get one that's drilled the eyes wont line up if I have to drill a drivers side hole .
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1 Remove your air source
2 put ball in feed neck
3 grasp back block or bolt and pull back on bolt until ball drops into chamber
Did the marker cock?
Did the cocking rod come in contact withthe back block?
Did the cocking rod move?
4 If the marker did not cock try pulling on just the cocking rod.
Does it cock?
Yes to all . It cocks when I pull on the bolt and backblock all the way and it cocks when i pull on the cocking rod
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Then it sounds like you have a pressure issue. With air applied pull and hold the trigger back. Is the bolt far enough back to allow a ball to drop into the chamber?
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Then it sounds like you have a pressure issue. With air applied pull and hold the trigger back. Is the bolt far enough back to allow a ball to drop into the chamber?
I'm gonna stop at the garage after work and get the mech trigger and see if I can pin point the issue
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