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    Posted: 15 October 2006 at 10:40am
Alright so i'm a noob to paintball and i revcently dissassembled my 98C and when i put it back together, it wasn't shooting correctly, after each shot i had to cock it again and the CO2 wasn't shooting like it normally has, can anyone help me?
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Is your velocity screw missing ? 

 Are your Valve mounting screws , the ones on the right side of the reciever above where the hose comes in at , snug ?

Did you have any "Extra parts" left over when you were done ?

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I have one linkarm pin leftover, i just put it back together, i fired it twice and the bolt seemed to work completely fine, cokcing itself after each shot, but then after about 2 shots it stopped cocking itself
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Ok , dumb question , but have you oiled your marker ? , put a couple drops in where the cocking knob comes through the recievers , make sure to get some oil on the oring you can see when the marker is cocked too .

Edit: I'm assuming you put that linkage arm back in .



Edited by Shadowminion - 15 October 2006 at 11:23am
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ok so i just dissassembled my gun and i have everything in place, but the thing is i only have one linkarm pin and i'm not sure there it goes because everything else is completely put together
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sorry you are trying to access an image from outside...  

ok, this will help--

(Thats a model 98 custom btw--but the m98 can m98c are so similiar you can use this to help put your m98 back together as well as your m98c)  I don't have one of a procarb, a-5 etc....  this is all.


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thanks for the pic, but i think my problem might be with the sear, it doesn't look like its in the correct postion to me.

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do you think a bad o ring could effect this? i stipped my gun again and noticed that the o ring was cracked and extremely loose



Edited by xXSniper8xX - 15 October 2006 at 8:32pm
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