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What is the thread type for the umarex glock 19 co2 sealing nut where the co2 cylinder is seated to the gun

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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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the gasket on the gun is probably bad

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SOURCE: Why is my umarex 1911 colt commander leaking co2

I'm sorry. Is this a car or truck issue? Sounds like a gun. Wrong section!

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So my best advice would be take out all the 0-Rings etc and bring them to a local hardware store and get replacements but also the piercing piece may be worn down.

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