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I fire the gun and it doesnt wanna stay cocked i have to **** it every time i wanna fir

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Make sure to check all the seals(o-rings) on the internals, power tube etc.. also check the seal on top of your c02 tank and make sure its all oiled well.. sounds to me like theres a seal gone inside the gun.. that would be my first guess

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One.. dirty...

Two.. no lube/wrong lube...

Three.. no air...

or any combination of the above. Make sure you have a full tank, clean the marker and use paintball-specific oil to lube the internals. The 98 is a very dependable marker and I'm sure once you have the basics down you'll find it very reliable.

Good luck!

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Posted on Jan 04, 2011

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