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Old 03-05-2019, 04:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Has anyone else experienced when your 468 airs up and holds air and you can see a paintball in the chamber but it wonít fire? Is something off somewhere? Itís cocked loaded and holds air but wonít fire.
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Old 03-05-2019, 04:40 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Is the round engaging the lok-bolt correctly?
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I’m going to watch some videos I guess I’m going to have to learn all about it before I can just practice
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I love my 468’s for their range that you can tune performance in them but the lok bolt has lead to the absolute most frustration I have ever experienced. Well I should say that feedgate/lokbolt combo has lead to all my frustration. They work fine for roundball BUT that feedgate system was designed for a very specific round size and First strike keeps changing. When that happens the feedgate restricts the feeding/upward pressure (even with shaped projectile springs) and because of the lok bolt needing a certain amount of pressure to engage it ends up leaving me with a marker that looks like it should shoot but won’t. I wish they had an adjustment or a simple way to disengage it on the fly
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So it probably is the feedgate lokbolt? That’s interesting
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Old 03-09-2019, 09:11 PM   #6 (permalink)
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yes the anti ball drop can cause feed issues. I just take a first stike and put it in the anti ball drop and spin it. if it touches I file down the area it touches
as for the loc bolt it is necessary to clean under the top rail from time to time. you would not believe the dirt and crap that gets in there preventing smotth action of the loc bolt

now with that said if you hold the loc bolt up with an allen wrench will the gun dry fire?
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I’m gonna get this sorted out when I get home today and answer that question
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