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Thread: bushy2k3 firing not semi auto

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    bushy2k3 firing not semi auto

    ok..this is WEIRD but I got my new gun and it seems that altho it has a semi auto only board, that it fires in bursts (of changing numbers too)

    soo for example(if that didnt make sense)
    -Ill pull the trigger once and it will fire a single ball which is all good and normal.
    -I will pull the trigger one time again and get like 2 or 3 balls
    - now with one pull ive managed to get the gun to fire OVER 14 times (mind you this was NOT on purpose and COULD have happened in a game had I just brought it out to play instead of testing it)
    -Now if I concentrate and only tap the trigger i can get it to go off only once.. but if i tap and hold it starts doing the weird bursts...


    And yes I am aware Id get more help at pbnation in the bushy forum but pbnation is weird and wont ever let LOG in...
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    ive heard of busy triggers messing up and shooting in bursts like that. the best idea is to send it back or looked at by a competent tech. try not to mess with it as it might void your warranty and you might be stuck with a gun like that
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    try lengthening the pull on your trigger. that may well be an overly short trigger.
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    its not the shortness... I backed the trigger stop out and the problem was just as bad... =/
    its also not the spring tension

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