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CO2 tanks are composed of liquid carbon dioxide and are used for many scenario and recreation players. When the trigger is pulled, the liquid CO2 is converted to a gas, and this expansion of gas propels the paintball forward at 800-850 psi. CO2 tanks do not work as well in colder weather or for fully automatic paintball guns

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I have response trigger on my a5 and only shots one shot at a time when pointing straight. When i raise the gun to the air and shot it response trigger works. What could be the problem?


If you are using CO2 it may be affecting the system. With a gun down straight, you could draw liquid CO2 into the internals. A siphon tube can be installed in a CO2 tank to stop or manage this. If you have access to someone's air tank, try using HPA (high pressure air aka nitrogen). If it fires fine with air you have deducted that the CO2 is to blame. Simple. Switch to air. It's better for the gun anyway! Now if the air didnt change anything I would think a component of the response trigger system is to blame. I am not familiar with the response trigger( I use E-grips) but I would think that a part that may slide or move forward or bak when you lift the gun up would be to blame. Most local shops should be able to diagnose the problem. I did find an installation video by Tippmann on youtube.
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The automatic feed system is not working. I have to pull the manual feeder lever to load one paintball. It will fire one ball but I have to pull the lever again.


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Make sure it's clean in there. You probably can't see under the bottom of the feeder into the mechanism. If paint gunk and dirt get in there, then it may not be able to turn.

If it's beyond that, there's a cog in there that is key to turning the feed mechanism and can break. But if you can cycle it by hand then that may not be your problem.

Is it only later on when you're playing? Pressure is important here because not only are you propelling the ball out the marker, and working the internals, you are also pushing the feed mechanism for each shot and if there's not enough pressure you won't get that auto-feed.

Try a full tank and see if it works better. Try a different tank than you're currently using. Try nitrogen/compressed air if you're using co2. Variations of a theme here if you couldn't tell.

Good luck.. if that doesn't identify your problem, a quick trip to your local Tippmann certified airsmith should get it back into shape in short order.

Play hard, play safe, play with honor!

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