If u r talkin bout multiplayer mode and da objective is do deffend or destry da flak cannon, it cannot be used as a wepaon. But it some game types, if there is no where to place a bomb on it and u can press " e " to hop on it, it should fire wen u click. I hope dis helped =)
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Could be just a lack of lubrication in the headvalve /orings or the safety foot is not pushing in the trigger pin all the way. Easy to check. Remove the head and pull out the head-valve. Apply plenty of white grease or silicone paste to the orings and the surface where the orings make contact. Install the head and test. If the gun fires then you are done. If the gun does not fire, make sure that the safety foot is depressing the trigger valve all the way in when attempting to nail. Simple test is to remove the trigger exposing the firing pin. With nails removed and air connected, with quick motion depress the firing pin all the way in. If the gun fires make adjustments to safety foot. If the gun still does not fire (with headvalve lubed) replace the firing valve core part # ca0108. Good luck
This problem is usually caused by the safety foot not pushing the trigger firing pin all the way in. Easy test. Remove the nails and airline, remove the trigger to expose the trigger firing pin. Connect airline and with very quick motion depress the firing pin all the way in. If the gun fires then adjust the safety foot. If the gun does not fire, remove the head and pull out the headvalve. Lube all orings in the head with plenty of white grease. Reinstall head and test. If the gun still does not fire, time for oring kit. Good luck.
I presume the gun fires but no nail is ejected. A possibility is jammed nails in the magazine. Do you see a mark in your work piece of the driver blade? If yes then it is most likely jammed nails. If not could be a broken driver blade. If gun does not fire could be gas problem. (check in date, yes it does have a use by date), another cause of not firing is a broken wire particularly around trigger switch (switch is on trigger and hence the wires are flexing every time trigger is pressed). Another cause of not firing is a brass spring clip in handle assy if this breaks it stops the gun firing. Recently I have had more broken wires than anything else on these guns. Worth noting is that the Stanley Bostitch nail guns suffer the very same faults. Also note they are the same gun just different colours so you can fit Hitachi parts to the Bostitch and they are cheaper.
Usually this is an air pressure problem. You can safely set your compressor anywhere between 90 -110 psi for nail guns.
Also check the adjuster near the nose of the gun. It's usually a little wheel that you turn to adjust nail firing depth.
Nailer not firing is caused by lack of lubrication in the headvalve (lube with white grease) or driver stuck/bent (make sure driver moves freely) or safety foot not depressing the firing pin on the trigger valve all the way in. Easy to check. Remove the trigger to expose the firing pin. With no nails in gun, connect air and depress the firing pin with finger all the way in. If the gun fires, adjust the safety foot. If the gun does not fire, lube headvalve and check driver piston stuck. Good luck
Most nailers work better by bump firing the gun. Less likely to double fire. This is a common problem amoung brands. If you place nailer on work then trigger, you may/will have problems as you describe. There is usually an option of triggers or builtin method of single firing the gun. With single fire trigger, you can place gun on work and fire. The will not reset for next round untill you let go of trigger and lift gun off the work. If your gun is double firing even with bump method, then replace the trigger valve.
Any time these guns become intermittent or stop firing but the fan still runs, the first the to check is the expiration date on the gas cartridges. The do expire and this will make the gun work inconsistently or not at all.
HI. YOUR BB GUN HAS NO FIRING PIN,,IT USES A SMALL TYPE OF RELEASE TO LET THE SPRING GO IF THAT IS THE TYPE OF BB GUN YOU HAVE. IF ITS THE (CO2) TYPE IT RUNS A LITTLE DIFFERENT BUT NO FIRING PIN. I HOPE THIS HELPS. JIMBO
Professional-grade varieties are automatic, and fire a nail directly upon pulling the trigger. A semi-automatic nail gun is more appropriate for beginners, since it requires a two step process: pull the trigger and then tap the barrel against the wood. This safety feature protects the user from accidentally firing a nail gun and injuring himself or others.