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Member Since 21 Nov 2009
Offline Last Active Apr 12 2010 10:00 PM

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In Topic: Spyder electra leaking from barrel! Help!

10 April 2010 - 08:41 PM

Remove the barrel, add oil in the asa, cock the marker then air it up. Shoot it a few times listen for a leak. If it leaks there's a bad seal.

No leak, remember the cock it before airing up.


SO... u saying just o-ring broken? I took it apart and checked them, and they seems fine to me, no cuts, no broken at all
I worried about the most is those expensive parts like bolt, hammer broken, then I have to buy the new one.

What is the purpose of cock the gun b4 airing up? I never do that, I always airing up my gun first, then cock it. Is it bad for the gun?

In Topic: 9V battery VS. 9.6V battery

13 January 2010 - 10:51 PM

Sweet! Thank you sir!

Well, I think something wrong with my battery.... after I charged it almost 24 hours, it still doesn't function well. When I turn it to full-auto, it only be able to shoot 5-6 times, then battery died. Now I am frustrated... Posted Image b/c I don't know it is either my battery problem or my E-trigger problem...

In Topic: 9V battery VS. 9.6V battery

12 January 2010 - 10:15 PM

The E-trigger I bought is RAP4 latest firestorm e-trigger. It kinda looks like tippman one with the dial. Since RAP4's marker pretty close to Spyder, I assume that they use the same battery?

In Topic: Play with a leaking gun?

12 January 2010 - 08:35 PM

I mean, my gun doesn't leak that bad.... That was just a tiny leaking sound. I heard that when I was sitting in a quite room, and had my ear close to my gun. I don't think it will use much of the air from tank, only thing I worried is that O-ring might bust during the game and HPA rush through the gun chamber, fuck up the internal parts of my gun :/

In Topic: Play with a leaking gun?

12 January 2010 - 05:51 PM

:/ in this case, walmart probably is my best bet...
But, I thought different types of gun can ONLY be lubed by certain type of lube. For example, my friend was trying lube his shocker with dye lube, later on, the tech in the field told him that dye lube doesn't work too well with his shocker, he had to re-lube everything again.

Is this true?