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    Posted: 10 May 2006 at 8:31pm
Originally posted by RavenGuard RavenGuard wrote:

Yeah, it'd suck to hammer your front bolt in backwards lol.

yes it would, ouch
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Yeah, it'd suck to hammer your front bolt in backwards lol.


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First, make sure you're front bolt is not backwards. Check your springs too.
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are you oiling it properly? tippmanns dont take much maintenance, but oiling once a month or so wont hurt.

also, check that no crap is building up behind the cocking knob/drive spring/anywhere.
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hmmm, take your gun apart and check the springs and stuff, that all i can think of, i have never had this problem
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I've had my A-5 for like 3 months now and gradually, (but surely) the cocking nob is getting harder and harder to pull back. Bow i pratically have to use a hammer. Do you know why this is happening and what i can do to prevent/stop it?

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