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Hammer wont grab bbs

When my gas blow back slide goes back it wont go far enough to grab the bb. i have to slide back by hand everytime. also there is a hesitation on the hammer i can pull the trigger an only someyimes it fires. i have took apart the grip and fix it but seems to mess right back up like 2or 3 clips later starts to do it again.... how do i fix these problems?

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1) **** the gun and look through the hole in the top, half way down the barrel.

2) You should see a BB loaded into this area.
- if no bb is present and you can see a circular magnet, then it is not loading.

3) if the bb is present and does not exit the barrel when you fire the gun, then the bb is deformed and will require the rifle to be dissasembled and rodded through the back side, forcing the bad bb out of the way.

4) If no bb or magnet is present through the hole, call daisy for a replacement. This indicates the shot tube has moved and will no longer load.

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What i did was i get a screwdriver and inserted where the bbs go then push a little down so the metal would expand a little.Hope its helpful

Posted on Jun 05, 2010

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