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Old 04-10-2008, 04:41 PM
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I use to use Dow 33 exclusively, but I was having trouble with bolt stick in those sub-40 degree practice days. I got some Shocktech Gun Butta, and haven't had an issue since. I use it on the bolt and the orings in the can and such. However, I stay with Dow 33 for the regulator though. I highly recommend that or Slick Honey.

Don't upgrade the bolt. There isn't a bolt on the market that's better than the stock bolt. You'd actually be taking your gun backwards by installing a new one...

IIRC means If I Remember Correctly.

Btw - I remembered something. If the SE doesn't come with DM detents, get some. There's a big difference between the little nub things that come stock with regular PMRs, and the spring detents that you can get for them.
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Old 04-10-2008, 04:48 PM
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Ok, so ill just a tube of Dow33(SP Sleek) and a O-ring kit. i want this leak gone!
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Old 04-10-2008, 05:08 PM
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it should come with enough lube to fix a leak. basically you want to lube the rear seal with a fine layer, and the area on the inner portion of the bolt with the same amount, too much prevents it from recocking to a point that prevents airflow out the back cap.

If it's down the barrel your problem is either a dirty bolt front, you should remove the black section and look for dirt/shell. otherwise it's an inner oring problem, check all orings that are mounted to the inside of a tube, lube them. usually the problem is near the beginning of the stem, or midway down.
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Old 04-10-2008, 05:12 PM
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Ok, im gonna go take it apart, and lube it up again. Try to find another tank that has some air left in it...
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Old 04-10-2008, 06:11 PM
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I swear i have the worst luck. So i guess i stopped the bolt/body leak, but then after my tank is at about 800psi, i get this air flow sound from BETWEEN the body and the trigger frame. Did i blow my soleniod? I hope i didnt....
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Old 04-10-2008, 06:37 PM
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its not likely you blew the noid...try adjusting the hpr it could be in or out too far.twist it all the way out and then set it up over the chrono...worked with mine...oh and def. get a ul frame.best feeling frame out there and takes away a ton of headaches that r on the stock fame
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Old 04-10-2008, 06:42 PM
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niceee gun.

my nerve will pwn ur PMR SE tho
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Old 04-10-2008, 06:47 PM
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niceee gun.

my nerve will pwn ur PMR SE tho
(Green guy is my PMR, yellow is the Nerve...)


thanks ttam, but my problem is i dont have a chrono at the moment. Me and a couple friends just use a handheld one that someone bought. Ill try that. I hope its a simple fix. Dare i ask what headaches of the stock frame you are talking about to?
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I never had any head-aches....

Since it's a spool valve, it's just one of the orings. On any marker that comes into me with any leak, I rip down the marker completely and replace every seal. I suggest that you do the same, just to ward off near-future leaks from the same thing.
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I never had any head-aches....

Since it's a spool valve, it's just one of the orings. On any marker that comes into me with any leak, I rip down the marker completely and replace every seal. I suggest that you do the same, just to ward off near-future leaks from the same thing.
As great of an idea that sounds like, it doesn't teach you about the marker. Learn to trace the leaks and figure out whats going on. When you're in between games at a tourney and you've got a leak, you don't have time to replace every o-ring. You need to know which one to replace and get back into the game.
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