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    Posted: 21 July 2005 at 8:33pm
I have a Spyder Compact 2001 I believe. I shot it earlier and it was fine, now it shoots once and on the second shot a BRRRRRRP sound occurs and it stops, It shoots fine if i cock it agian then once agian, BRRRRRRP! After shooting it this way about 20 times (hoping it would work out) It now shoots once and you have to recock it. It Still does that BRRRRp sound too.
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oil it......that happend to my gun (pirahna, my first gun, i love it...but i love my 98 better).....ya clean your gun out if it isnt, and oil it...if you already did that and it still doesnt work.....im sorry i dont know what the problem is...



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Try a different CO2 tank. It sounds like you're just low on air.
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Originally posted by choopie911 choopie911 wrote:

Try a different CO2 tank. It sounds like you're just low on air.


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Its an old co2 tank so that might be the problem.
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maybe im wrong.......so ya try a new co2 tank



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Old or new, shouldnt matter, as long as it hasn't passed the hydro date. Just get it filled. or try someone elses tank that was just filled.
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What Choopie said, fill it.


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or get a newer tank



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You wont need a new tank just a full one. The tank either holds the pressure or it doesn't. The hydro date is just the inspection date when the tank needs recertified to legally hold press. If it's a Co2 tank it is usually cheaper to replace it than pay $20-40 to get it hydrotested. Just thought I would clear that up. There seemed to be some confusion starting.
 A tear down and cleaning and oiling should be done to the gun on a regular basis.
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thats baseically what i meant....cheaper to just buy a new tank



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Originally posted by Vraptor Vraptor wrote:

I have a Spyder Compact 2001 I believe. I shot it earlier and it was fine, now it shoots once and on the second shot a BRRRRRRP sound occurs and it stops, It shoots fine if i cock it agian then once agian, BRRRRRRP! After shooting it this way about 20 times (hoping it would work out) It now shoots once and you have to recock it. It Still does that BRRRRp sound too.

You're out of gas dude!  

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Normally I think people know the indicator for empty gas. 
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Also, check your Hammer oring.
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gassyness. your out of it. if you cant tell from all of these posts your silly. how long have you been playing? if youve never heard the PBBBBBBT! sound of doom, that pretty much means you only have emptied the tank 1 time. or so.

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He might actually not be out of gas. I had the same problem with my old Afterburner. The only way I found to fix it was to dump a large amount of oil into it before playing.
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Originally posted by Dom Dom wrote:

Originally posted by choopie911 choopie911 wrote:

Try a different CO2 tank. It sounds like you're just low on air.


Yep Yep.

Yeah just fill it up

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its called a granny fart lol
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Why does everyone keep saying the same thing??  I mean we know that he might need to

1. fill his tank

2. change his hammer o-ring

3. oil his marker

Well man try these 3 out and let us know.

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your sear is probly worn out, ive seen it on alot of spyders.
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