Question about Tippmann 98 Custom Act Paintball Gun
If you **** it you may find that that stops. Or **** it and then screw in your tank. Make sure you have plenty of air in the tank too, low pressure can sometimes not engage the valve enough to close.
My first suggestion is to pull out the internals and clean/lube them with a good oil made for paintball.
It's possible it could be an o-ring, but I'd try the above first. If it's been a while since you've had any o-rings replaced it might be a good time for a tuneup. Get a kit and change 'em all and you know everything is good to go rather than waiting for something to fail.. and if one fails it's probably only a matter of time before another one gives.
Play hard, play safe, play with honor!
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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