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griff

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The pistol is a scocom gear 1911

when ever I go to fire the pistol all the gas just comes out of the magazine and the bb falls out of the end please help becuase i have no idea how to fix it!

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have you checked you haven't got a sticky value?? would be first thing to check

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have you checked you haven't got a sticky value?? would be first thing to check

dont know what that is but there seems to be like another hammer that hits the gas realse button but I dont know how to keep it pulled back I believe this is the problem!

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Dunno if this had been shorted or not, but by the sounds of it you either have a sticky valve on you mag, or your seal has gone on the mag so it just sprays out all the gas once it fired.

Hope this helps ;)

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that hammer is hitting the valve i was on about, if you remove the handles there is a 3 or 4 pronged spring, you need to make sure that is sitting correctly and holding the hammer inplace




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