Thank you for the reply Glen
. I really don't think it's a timing issue because there is quite a large space between the firing and cocking points. The o-ring on the front looks good to me as well, but I ordered some more just in case
. I'm running about 750+psi into the inline reg. Is that enough, or should I go higher? If there is no paint in the gun and I put a kleenex over the feed tube, there is so much blow-back that it'll actually rip a hole thru it as it launches it into the air lol! As you can tell I am very confused by this as the timing seems to be fine even though the problem is presenting itself as a timing issue. When I pull the trigger slowly it fires great, but if I pull fast it's blow-back city. Could it be that the timing needs to be closer together instead of far apart?