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My paintball gun is blowing thour air

My paint ball gun shoots out all the air. and some times machine guns shoots and dis not stop i cant find out what is

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Clean it and get a full fill on your tank.

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Tippmanns are known for their reliability and are very simple markers making them very easy to repair. you need oil from a local paintball shop or regular sewing machine oil will do.

On one side of the marker there is a little "handle" for cocking the gun, pull that handle as far back as you can and you will see 1 o-ring. put 2 drops of oil on it and fire it a couple times without paintballs to test it. This solves the problem 9/10 for tippmanns, if not..

Sometimes paintballs can break inside your gun. Look and feel inside your breech (where the paintballs go into the gun) and check for paint. If its dirty this can be causing your problem, strip it down and clean it (refer to your manual if you have difficulty)

on one side of the marker there is a little "handle" for cocking the gun, pull that handle as far back as you can and you will see 1 o-ring. put 2 drops of oil on it and fire it a couple times without paintballs to test it. This solves the problem 9/10 for tippmanns

Posted on Feb 26, 2010

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There are different filter screen sizes for different thickness of paint. Even with proper screen size one might need to thin paint. I hope this information is helpful. Please give a rating if this was helpful. Good Luck and have a Great Weekend.

Posted on Apr 02, 2010

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My first suggestion is to make sure your marker is clean, and properly lubed with a quality oil made for paintball.

Next would be to make sure you're checking with a full tank of air.

If lubing the marker doesn't fix you up, does it quit if you **** the marker? Not a condition you wanna walk around the staging area with, but it may stop the leak.

It can be an o-ring, and if it's been a while since you had any o-rings changed, it may be high time to get a set and change 'em all out, then you know they're all good to go!

Good luck!

Play hard, play safe, play with honor!

8^)

Posted on Jan 04, 2011

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Get another ball detente from ebay, this one is the cheapest one I could find.

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The part that is bad Tippmann calls a "ball latch". It's a small orange rubber part that keeps the ball in place before the marker is fired. The parts is inexpensive it is common in most paintball stores or can be found online at www.tippmannparts.com



I highly recommend taking this paintball marker to a local pro shop to have the part replaced. You can service this marker at home but is not easy to put together if you have experience working on then, they have a few springs under tention that make it tough to put back together. If you are interested in doing the repair yourself I highly recommend doing it on on a clean floor in a clean room so when you disassemble it it will be easier to find the springs that could shoot out.


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It may seem like i am bashing your gun. Im not... Once they are put together properly they work great. Just DONT TAKE THEM APART. lol. If you buy the parts at a local gun shop they will install them for free.

lol I have 6 guns for sale :)


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I can take that a couple of ways. Do you mean you want to fire more balls per second or you want the paintballs themselves to fly faster?

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Good luck!

Play hard, play safe, play with honor!

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On one side of the marker there is a little "handle" for cocking the gun, pull that handle as far back as you can and you will see 1 o-ring. put 2 drops of oil on it and fire it a couple times without paintballs to test it. This solves the problem 9/10 for tippmanns, if not..

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