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Old 08-30-2012, 10:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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procarbine took it apart having problems

i took apart the procarbine/w response today to change the fitting to braided, when putting back together, the frame to the body, instructions said to cock the gun first......well its stuck and will not recok, what did i goof up and overlooked? had the frame halves apart, body took out everything except the valve...i am relatively new to the tippmanns as of this year...i had a schematics and step by step, but goofef up on something....help
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Old 08-30-2012, 11:01 PM   #2 (permalink)
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well, me being a dummy i once put my bolt in backwards then wondered why it wouldn't cock all the way back..check for that.

I prefer to refit the trigger frame to the reciever without cocking the bolt first. The sear sticks almost straight up behind the rear bolt, and should re-cock as normal.
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pictures would help. The pro-carb grip should be pretty strait forward process.
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Old 09-06-2012, 01:06 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Maybe, the rear bolt is not in its proper place, or the trigger sear is not catching properly, check those first. Take some pictures too. We would be able to see more clearly.
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I would guess that the rear bolt / hammer is stuck fully behind the sear. Can you see the sear sticking up in front of the bolt through the side of the receiver?

Cocking the gun before assembling the grip doesn't sound right to me. If I pull the rear bolt out the back, I have to remove the grip frame to get it back into place, because pulling the trigger does not drop the sear far enough to let the hammer pass over it.
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Note: "rear bolt" & "hammer" are the same piece. Also, I do not have an RT on my 68 Carbine.
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I'm guessing if you had the grip frame apart you took out the trigger pins and spring. I would start there and make sure everything is where it is suppost
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Old 09-10-2012, 10:21 PM   #8 (permalink)
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found the problem.....the spring was stuck in the rear bolt...when i got it out it was bent badly/squished....i think i forgot to center it through the cocking bolt, my bad...got it working/cocking/shooting....but have a small leak at the front bolt now, cant win....have to get another rebuild/oring kits....

thank you all for your input.....thegrayghost.....
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found the problem.....the spring was stuck in the rear bolt...when i got it out it was bent badly/squished....i think i forgot to center it through the cocking bolt, my bad...got it working/cocking/shooting....but have a small leak at the front bolt now, cant win....have to get another rebuild/oring kits....

thank you all for your input.....thegrayghost.....
I have replaced my front bolt O-ring. It's just a regular bottle O-ring.
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