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    mag air leak

    I'm having an air leak in the bolt area of my automag classic - gun will fire bolt forward but thats it and gun persists to leak everytime trigger isn't pulled. The weird thing is, that when I physically put pressure on the back of the gun the leak will stop and the gun fires normal - what do I need to do to stop the leak? Please help! - thanks!

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    you could always READ THE MANUAL

    Start there, check the troubleshooting flowcharts...an O ring here, a little oil there, and you'll be back shooting in no time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by p8ntballben2004
    I'm having an air leak in the bolt area of my automag classic - gun will fire bolt forward but thats it and gun persists to leak everytime trigger isn't pulled. The weird thing is, that when I physically put pressure on the back of the gun the leak will stop and the gun fires normal - what do I need to do to stop the leak? Please help! - thanks!
    It sounds like you need a shorter powertube spacer.
    Except for the Automag in front, its usually the man behind the equipment that counts.

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