Jump to content


thegummybeararmy

Member Since 18 Apr 2013
Offline Last Active Dec 08 2013 08:26 PM
-----

Topics I've Started

Sheridan XTS problems

04 October 2013 - 06:00 PM

So my cousin moved in with us for the year and along with him he brought his Sheridan, that he says he had never used. The internals were a mess of paint and old oil (he probably got the gun used) so i cleaned out everything except for the valve as I could not find the right size allen key to unscrew the little retaining bolt, but eventually i found it, took out the valve, cleaned it, put it the gun back together and when I tested it, it sounded like a rental running out of air. 

Now I knew it my tank wasn't running low as it was recently filled, and so i figured I must have put the valve in wrong, so I took it out and upon closer inspection it appeared to have no specific way to go in, so it but everything back together and when I tested it again I had the same problem. So if anyone had this problem way back when these guns were in production and can offer some advice or if anyone knows some kind of solution that well appreciated. Thanks


Who's that Pokemon?!

05 September 2013 - 12:01 AM

Okay, so my cousin has recently moved in with us for the school year and with him he brought his paintball gun. This gun is a mystery to me and the only thing I am absolutely sure about it is that it is not autococker threaded. So if anyone can identify this marker, provide maintenance tips, what kind of a barrel it needs, how to adjust velocity, etc. that would be amazing and I will give you one free hug.

 

 

I've never posted pics before so I hope I did it right, sorry for bad quality I toke them with my iPod and they got butchered when they went through imgur
 

cyxIOsD.jpg

 

I'm going to have to buy a goddamn elbow feed aren't I?
 

0ge6gVo.jpg

 

nukPqcl.jpg


Dow 55 vs Dow 33

28 May 2013 - 04:32 AM

I've been wondering this for a while... Title says all

Trillogy Questions

27 May 2013 - 12:02 AM

So i recently got a Trilly sport to turn into my first pump gun and decided to test it out before i get a pump kit; everything seemed fine, i aired it up pulled the trigger slowly a few time and everything was fine but when i rapid fired it would often "burp" and wouldn't always cock, tried adjusting the hammer lug but it didn't seem to do much. I decided i would fix it later and put some paint through the gun but the balls came out with very little force and only went about 10 to 15 feet, tilted to gun back to see if it was rollout related but same result. Lastly i took the gun apart to get the feel of everything and i noticed that the back screw for the trigger frame was a bit stripped, however i only noticed it when i put the screw back in and the screw doesn't want to screw back into the gun all the way, it get stuck about halfway through and it seems as if it top big for the threading for the gun, i'm not sure if its the stock screw or not.

So with the screw i was thinking i could just pick up another one from home depot but i wasn't sure what the specs were, for the velocity i think a reg and maybe a low pressure valve and or spring kit will solve that, and as for the timing thing i just can't figure out how to fix it, since i'm turning it into a pump i figure it won't be an issue but if i decide to switch back to semi auto. Any suggestions or comments would be gratefully appreciated. I'm new to pump and to autococker but i'm doing my research and am learning fast so hopefully i won't too many more questions. Thanks in advance, sorry for the long post though.

What autococker is this?

18 May 2013 - 09:49 PM

I've been looking for an autococker to buy to convert into a pump and i stumbled onto this:Posted Image Posted Image Posted Image
Can anyone help and tell me what kind of autococker this is and if its good for pump play. Thanks in advance.