No, the bolt only fires if I pull it back, fires once then doesn't move, the gun just clicks.
Would it do this if I didn't cock it before airing it up? I looked at a manual online and it says to cock before airing, which I didn't do.
And in the process of reconnecting the air(to do it right), the bottle seal broke and I can't get another until the morning.
*bangs head on wall*
So if that sound right, just let me know. Once I get a new bottle seal, I'll 'reboot' the gun the right
way and let ya know if it doesn't work then.
And I may be buying this gun from the kid, so I'd REALLY like to make it work