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Bb gun trouble

I have a crossman bb hand gun and when i load a co2 cartridge it leaks in a few seconds. I know it's a gasket or seal but i don't know what it's called and cant find it on the internet either

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  • Anonymous Apr 29, 2009

    I don't believe it's just a matter of just tightening. I have the same problem, I've made sure I screwed it all the way before piercing it. When it's pierced, I feel the cold air rushing out from around the seal. The cartridge is completely emptied within a few seconds.

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Could possibly be simply the time it takes to pierce the seal until it actually seats itself on the gasket. I usually wind up the screw until it is ready to puncture the seal and then I wind up for a quick twist in order to make it seat quicker.

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