oh, is that so?
well, ive PERSONALLY spent over $5.00(33 cocking screws) on cocking screws for the field rentals (sheridans and TIPPMANNS!) in the past 4 months ALONE! more than 8 of em a month!!
its not just BE buddy
Yeah, I think it unscrewed, which is why they often say use teflon tape on them... Why do you insult a type of gun, when in reality Spyders have the same problem? Sheesh, calm down, its not just a 1 company problem....
if you worked at a field where you were the head gun tech and owned 100+ guns and went through 25-30 skids of paint a year, then you would realize how often they fall off. none of our guns have stock cocking knobs. they are all from True Value Hardware
hows bout stayin out too then? I have also seen this problem before with spyders and titans that are used round here, so bugger off foo! you get no proof to back it up, you just say and I hate peeps like that. do us a favour and stay out of here.
be normal and the crowd accepts you. be deragned and they will make you their leader.
"Originally posted by TheFauxKing Remember kids, inbreeding is everyone's problem! "
This is my witty remark.
Don't be hatin
a cocking knob.It can be replaced.I know,because I've bought many over the last 14 yrs.Not only for my Rays,but for my Spyders,Smart Parts Boss,nelson pumps,auto cocker etc,etc!That's why it's always wise to use fine threads in high tolerance areas than coarse threads.Example:If someone redesigns a Stingray stiker,please use fine threads and blue loctite.Hope this helps.
"When all else fails,pull the pin and see what's next!"