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PostPosted: Wed Feb 18, 2015 12:51 am 
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Well - it is a nice wall hanger now... :wink:


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PostPosted: Wed Feb 18, 2015 12:52 am 
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You must manually cock it then pull the trigger

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The one other thing it could be is the gas is blocked by something between the pin and valve, that is a pretty tiny opening in there. But more likely to be the valve stem being stuck.

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Voltar1 wrote:
You must manually cock it then pull the trigger


Yup - tried that a bunch of times...no dice.


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With the valve stem adhered to the valve and continuing dry firing upon the stem will peen the end. Where as being a biotch to remove upon fixing. Just saying. :wink:

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 18, 2015 1:34 am 
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Whitewolf wrote:
With the valve stem adhered yo the valve and continuing dry firing upon the stem will peen the end. Where as being a biotch to remove upon fixing. Just saying. :wink:


Just wonderful!

A nice member here has offered to have a look at it and see if he can do anything.

Will ship it out in the next few days and keep my fingers crossed.


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Eric has stems :shock: . Same stem as the 150 and a few others. It will be of a generic length that will need grinding down to the correct length as your new replacement. :D

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Thanks to all that replied - it is on its way back east to be repaired (hopefully).


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Let us know how it goes, I just ordered a seal kit for the one I have here...mine has the opposite problem, When I put a 12g in, co2 comes out of every possible orifice.

Good luck with getting it fixed up.

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Cool havent seen one of those in years.

Its my opinion that Doug did do all that was suggested.:D Its just a fix that requires more than he can offer or the ability to do. :hsmash Hence its off to whomever offered a looksey. :oops: :D

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