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TIMMY HELP!!!! IM TRADING GUN TOMMOROW!!!&

#1 User is offline   KrAiK 

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Post icon  Posted 08 March 2007 - 06:17 AM

Hey guys, i have a 2k1 Classic timmy and maybe this question applys to them all soo if u dont know anything about the 2k1 keep reading lol, thanks, but i just gassed it up about a week ago, and i shot it but it didnt recock, and so i just put the bolt back and then forward and shot again same thing, no recock, and so i let it be for a minute or two and then i shot it again and the bolt itself popped out the back of my gun!!!, what should i do? im trading the thing with a guy from my school tommorow!!!!! Is it fixable?, Do i need a new bolt?, And can i just bring it to my local paintball place and they'll fix it? And how much would that cost?

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Posted 08 March 2007 - 03:12 PM

Greetings,
Don't panic!
With the marker degassed, pull the bolt pin up a little take the bolt out the back and look down inside the slot where the bolt pin goes.
There is a groove in the RAM that the bolt pin sits in.
Slide the bolt in and line the pin up with the slot and push it down into the slot in the RAM.
A good way to see if you have the bolt in the right spot is to push the bolt forward and it will stop at the valve spring.
Push the bolt pin forward a little more and you will feel the valve spring compress, then push the bolt back a little as you release the forward pressure.
If you don't have the pin in the right place, the bolt will sometimes spit out of the marker when the ram moves back and forth and/or releases air up thru the body.
Hope that helps!

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Posted 09 March 2007 - 06:20 AM

okey dokey thanks dude, but is okay if the bolt moves freely???

am i missing a spring???

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Posted 09 March 2007 - 01:50 PM

if there is no gas, the bolt should move freely
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