i was using the same paint when i tried it out with the bolt lubed and the bolt not lubed. I had like 12 barrel breaks with two pods when the bolt is lubed. and, i had no ball breaks when i wiped and cleaned my bolt.
--- tnx guys, i guess i have to send my gun back to dye again...
well its true. i know its weird but.. i was the one having tons of barrel breaks too and i fixed it by not lubing my bolt. i dont believe i have gotten water on the board or on the solenoid. ima try it again today if it still has the "full auto" problem after i get my tank filled up. I would hate to send my gun to DYE again cause it takes forever to get it back. but, if its the only way.. i have no choice..
Seems to me like your lubing your bolt too much. That and eventually applying lube to your sear. Only lube your bolt between the middle and back o-rings and slightly lube the o-rings (bolt and plunger), clean the sear and insert bolt wile you hold your gun with the grip facing upward to avoid geting lube on the sear.
Still concerning the "full-auto" issue, if the above does nothing, try raising your reg's pressure a bit (you might be running it a bit too low) and also check the state of your detents (they tend to stick the bolt if too stiff or damaged).
If neither work tell me what FPS is it shooting and what happened las time it broke.
well.. i dont lube my bolt anymore cause it causes a lot of barrel breaks when i lube it, i know its weird but it does. i was shooting around 300-305 fps. I just pulled the trigger once and it went crazy, it was shooting like a full auto but im not firing it. it just keeps shooting. This happened this weekend.