Are you running high pressure tanks? Or low pressure. Most low end blow backs require a high pressure input on the tanks or they won't keep up with air flow. Usually cheaper brand tanks with no name type regulators just can't keep up the needed flow rate, especially as the tanks empty. Once you get blow 1000psi or so.......they're going to have problems.
Some other things you can try are......perhaps a better gun oil?
Make sure the valves in the guns are not impacted from the strikers and causing drag on the poppets.
Make sure you oil the valves as well as the striker.
You can try raising your guns input pressure(it is cold out now) as well as lubing up all the regulators. Dry regs don't recharge fast enough.
You can try running a heavier striker spring to open the valve longer and give the gun more air to recock, you'll just to rechrony them.
Make sure the bolt pins aren't sinking down far enough into the striker to bind up the striker springs.
You might just be low on battery power so the sear is misfiring and causing issues.
Last but not least......if you're running those small 47ci 3000psi tanks, then the guns will probably be out of air pretty quickly. No air means no worky lol. I would think you'll get maybe 400 shots tops on one of those tanks, depending on the pressure settings and springs.
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Last edited by MstrKey : 12-23-2009 at 12:22 PM.