Question about Nerf Toys
New praxis, 1 day old. blaster jammed twice. 1st: disc jam, ejected the disc as stated in the manual. 2nd: after firing 2 rounds, disc jams again. so does the pump slide. disc still jammed in the gun with the pump slide jammed in the forward position. The ejector switch doesn't eject the disc. hope you can help.
1. Get a ruler
2. Push the ruler down the barrel so the end is near the bottom of the disc
3. Jiggle the ruler from left to right
4. Shoot the gun/Press the disc eject switch
Posted on Dec 21, 2013
SOURCE: Pellet Airgun appears to have
hi, the problem you are having is with the pellets you are using some pellets are not made as good as others and often jam most guns so next time buy a different brand and you should find you will have no further problems.
the problem now is getting the pellet out, have you tried firing a few times as fast as you can and see if the pellet will move further down the barrel, most will come out after a few shots or if your using a gas powered gun try putting a new canistor in and that should shift the pellet for you, if it wont budge your going to need to force it out but only force it out the way it should come out dont push it back up the barrel the way it came as you will damage the rifling in the barrel your going to need to get something thin to push it out something like a knitting needle or some thin rod, it will push out but dont use any more of the pellets that that one came from go out and buy a different brand as some brands are made cheap and are not exactly 1.7 or 2.2 or what ever size your using so change the brand you buy and you should find you will have no further problems ok
let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok
Posted on Dec 07, 2010
SOURCE: My kid opened the Nerf
Take the rear bolt cover off ( 2 screws) . Reach inside with your finger and try spinning the spring. For some reason the spring will eventually move to a position that when compacted will bind with the bolt pass through hole.
Posted on Dec 27, 2010
SOURCE: after 1st is fired it
First, listing a gun problem in the Toys section is kinda confusing. 36 grain, so i assume .22 caliber. Is this by chance a P22 or P99?
Next: ejecting vs extracting. Extracting is the act of the spent brass being pulled from the chamber as the slide moves backwards. Ejecting is when the spent casing is thrown from the gun, leaving a clear path for the next round to slide into the chamber.
The most common problems with .22 pistols is that they are dirty. Hands down, and I know this from working at a range. Strip that gun down, and clean the hell out of it. If you're not comfortable, have a gunsmith do it for you. Next, check for burrs (rough edges of metal) on the extractor. Also check for burrs or rough spots on the feeding ramp into the chamber.
If everything looks good, try different ammo. I've seen all different types of ammo fired through different weapons systems, some worked and some didn't. Wolf ammo hates American rifles, its just true. .22 LR is cheap, buy a few boxes of different brands, and see what your weapon likes to fire.
If this is still giving you problems, let me know, and i'll walk you through it step by step
Posted on Mar 29, 2011
SOURCE: my 8 year old grandson
unscrew the entier gun... all nerf guns are screwed together. you can practically cut the gun in half by unscrewing it. just make sure to put everything back how you found it. good luck to you.
Posted on Mar 29, 2011
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