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  1. A5 Response

    18 May 2009 - 05:12 AM

    I got my response trigger all set up. But when I hold the trigger back to go full auto, it only shoot a few bullets, then goes back to semi-auto. And when it shoots the few bullets full auto, no matter how high the ROF is turned up, it only shoots it around 3-4bps. But the gun still shoots semi-auto perfectly fine.

    Could it be that I'm low on Co2? Because I heard somewhere that the R/T stops working properly before the gun does when it's low on Co2. Any ideas? Thanks beforehand :o

    EDIT: I just don't wanna try to empty all my Co2 when it might not even be the problem, because I might still have lots of Co2 left. Because then when I get it filled, the R/T still may not work properly. LOL
  2. Response Trigger for the A5

    20 December 2008 - 12:10 AM

    I installed the A5 Response Trigger today and when I hooked my Co2 into the gun everything was fine. But when I pulled the trigger, Co2 sprayed out in multiple places in my gun. The area the sprayed the most gas was at the tombstone latch/adapter thingy. It kept spraying for a few seconds, and it didn't seem like it was going to stop, so I unscrewed the Co2 tank from the gun. The whole gun was like ice cold. The little metal stick that comes out of the RT cylinder moved right up against the trigger. I'm not reallly sure what to do...As far as i know, i hooked it up properly. Does anybody know what happened or any ideas about something I did wrong? Thanks! The tombstone latch looks like its cracked.
  3. How come pb masks fog, but ski ones dont

    21 November 2008 - 10:36 AM

    I have a Proto FS mask, and if i breathe heavily on the inside lense for less than 10 seconds, it already starts to fog. I used to ski quite a bit, and I got some ski goggles, and I can breathe heavily on the inside lense for more than a minute, and not even one speck of fog touches it! Theres just a few droplets of spit instead...So why cant paintball mask companies do this to the inside of their goggles?