When i got mine, it would do it too, but since the spool in the noid could use a little more juice over time to seperate it in the right chamber, you'll need to do what you did or just pull the bolt backwards... Usually this happens when you shot the gun till it runs out of the air, not giving the noid a chance to set itself in place again.
and i should have showed you what happebnd when i had the bolt back. the niose of leakage changse like it was coming from a new position, but it doesnt stop leaking.
i being curious i pyushed the bolt back and forward with the leak, and it made a noise just louder when the rammer hit the pin wheen it goes all the way forward (excuse my abscense of knowlage about what its called). so yea, any other ideas?
ninja edit// just read that post above, and thats exactly what ive been doing, im gonna try that when i get more air. ive been dryfiring it lately cause ive got a prob with my board (shoot over 10 bps on semi and wham kicks into full auto) and every time im done trying to fix it i turn off the air fire until it dies out. thanks a bunch
its fixed. if you take of the ram when thers air in the gun to ge-gas it, it leaves the valves in the solonoid open. so to every1 else, shoot your gun and choke it to degas it. or youll end up a fool like me