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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: bb gum wont pump up
Open the pump arm (fore stock) all the way and check the rubber O-ring for cracks. If it's just dry, get some Pellgunoil® Lubricating Oil or the equivalent from a gun/sporting goods store and oil it.
Posted on Nov 04, 2008
The trick to assembling the trigger mechanism is to assemble the trigger parts on the left half of the receiver. This will leave the v shapped spring hanging out the bottom of the trigger guard. I assembled the barrel to the right side of the receiver and then but the two halves together. loosely attached the halves with the two long screws. I then used a jewlers screw driver to work and hold the end of the V spring behind of the safety button hole. At this point I inserted the safty button into the hole as I gradually removed the screw driver. Then clamped down the attachment screws.
I spent some 2 hours figuring this trigger assembly out and another half hour putting it together. The biggest mystery was the use of the L shapped part. It ends up being assembled to the trigger pin. the cleat catching the back of the trigger and the long side of the L laying against the left side of the receiver (pointing up). The small tention spring ingages the back of this L shapped part (just above where the cleat ingages the trigger) and the other end of the spring ( the straight end) rests against the bottom of the receiver.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
here is a link and the photo is easy to follow
hope this helps
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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