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20 March 2009 - 06:47 PMI had a similar problem with mine before. Though it would periodically shoot it kept getting bolt stick with a new power tube o-ring, so I did the opposite of the directions and used the silver as reason it would force the bolt to reset and BAM, no problems anymore lol.
So for you: if you havent already get rid of all shims, size the power tube oring by taking the bolt out, put the oring in the carrier and place on the bolt stem and find the lightest fitting one with NO oil on the oring.
Then put it all together with no shims and gas up quick to see if it leaks at all. If not, then take the valve back out and on the bolt stem, put very light oil on it.
Next put the bolt back in the valve and then move the bolt by hand relatively quick. Do it a 100 or so times, then put it in the marker with the red spring and give it a go. If it doesnt work, then try it again and/or move up a carrier if you can. If not like my case, simulate firing it again a few hundred times more. Think I did about 300 total. Then put a decent amount of oil on the bolt stem, load it into the marker,put some oil in the ASA if you havent already then start dry firing. If it works right then it should continue to fire even after all the oil wears off. Dont forget to turn up the velocity if you need to get it going.
So give that a try. Though if you get bolt stick a little after like I did, give the silver spring a shot as thats how mines been running ever since. Good luck
15 April 2008 - 09:40 AMLooks like this is turning into a great start.
11 April 2008 - 04:18 PMWell I'm heading there now, so see you all there tomarrow. Drive safe and hopefully it wont be too wet the whole time.
11 April 2008 - 10:52 AMLooks like we're going to be a small team tomarrow at this rate.
01 April 2008 - 06:00 PMGood to hear then Capone. Now it seems one side is completely ready to go, lets hope the other side is just as pumped so it will be an excellant game all around for everyone.