Hi, i bought a dangerous power g3, and it has a cp trigger on it, an empire regulator, a techt l7 bolt on it, and a new barrel.
The gun seems like it works when it wants to. It was firing fine up until i put the gun down for 5 minutes. When I came back the bolt won't move when i tried firing the gun.
The pressure on the regulator is at about 200, I tried adjusting that which didn't help.
Tried lubing the bolt fresh with dow 33. the gun cycled about 5 times and it didn't work after that until i put more lube on the front O Ring, which just did the same thing. Tried using both bolts, and the same thing happened. I tried all different kind of configuration of lube, cant get this thing to work.
One thing I did notice was after flipping the RAPs lever off, the gun still kept air. So i took the tank off the gun and started unscrewing the back cap to release air. While unscrewing the back cap I pulled the trigger and it shot twice as it was releasing air out the asa...but yet when I have the back cap screwed in, it doesn't cycle. So I cant tell if it's the back cap or the bolt that's at fault.
Please help, this gun is a major headache. I tried everything, even adjusting dwell. All the orings look fine also.
Well - first and foremost please make sure to try a New Name Brand Battery. This ensures the solenoid is getting enough power to fully cycle.
Service the noid as seen in this vid.
Take your time and do it carefully!
You said L7 Bolt and not TechT Bolt ENGINE so I am assuming you only have the TechT Bolt.
Question: When was the last time you serviced (cleaned and relubed) your empire reg?
Question - Does your bolt slide over the bolt stem easily or very hard?
If it's hard to move the bolt back and forth over the stem then replace the stem oring with another. It's good to have some friction, but if it's too much it can cause bolt stick.
Also check your bolt sail oring using your finger push the bolt into the body of the gun - is it super tight, or can you move the bolt in and out of the breach easily? The same rules apply - you want it to have some friction but not Too Much...
Secondly - don't use too much LUBE..... too much lube will gather in areas such as the rear of the bolt stem, and can cause the bolt to stick in the areas of gathered Lube. Wipe everything down CLEAN.... run a swab through your breach to clean out the internal grease. Then lightly lube the bolt stem oring, and the bolt sail oring. Only lube enough to fill the voids on either side of the oring, and so that the oring looks wet. Do Not simply gloop it on there.
Good Luck because the G3 is a simple marker to work on. Not allot can go wrong with them. HONESTLY.
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