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    its fixed with EPOXY.

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    firstable you have to bleed air off the system…. take off the bottle and take a shot just to bleed the plenum air…. then you will have to loosen a screw located on the right side of the block (this one secures the valve)….. at this moment, the hammer will push the valve forward because of the tension, unscrew the valve retainer screw (this one is located under the barrel and above the regulator)…… when re-installing it, make sure you cock the rifle before pushing the valve back in place (this way you avoid to bend the valve)… remember also to cock the rifle before screwing the bottle (otherwise the air will come out thru the barrel because valve is open)
     

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    moderators are not allowed in the country where these rifles are manufactured, I had one and with a DonnyFL moderator it became my quietest rifle.

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    1. oring on the piston of the regulator is damaged or out of his bed

    2. the balance between HST and REG. PRESSURE is not achieved

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    i think it is 1:17.7"

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    give a complete anti clockwise turn, maybe the HST is far in!

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    also can be that your HST is to low for that reg pressure, try to go up with the hammer spring tansion adjustment (HST and reg pressure needs to be balanced)….it is not normal that in such an expensive rifle, you have to take dry shots every time you leave the rifle in standby for a while

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    also can be that your HST is to low for that reg pressure, try to go up with the hammer spring tansion adjustment…….

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    tested 3 new veteran long in .25 and they are tunned for 60-62 FPE (jsb king heavy mk2 at 900-910fps)….. the reg works until that gauges reaches 140-145bar

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    tested 3 taipan vet long in .25 cal and that velocity jumps happened to me when i backed the HST….. was shooting king heavies at 830 fps and sometimes it drops all the way down to 780fps… so i decided to go up with HST and when achieved the 900 ish…. the spread was about 12fps 

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    before selling mine, both gauges literally exploded….. very bad quality gauges on a 2000+ gun

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    sometimes this happens because when reg is off, the valve will open more 

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    I think the problem today are not the barrels or regulators, the problem are those redesigned pellets, they are coming in very different than the first ones that came out, i have a good amount of those old ones and they work great even at relatively low speeds out of my daystate wolverine r hp, have tested them from 850 up to 960 and they’re very accurate. Don’t know at all why JSB changed them, since that happened, people began to talk about spirals and inaccuracy….. hope they fix it quickly!

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    you have to ckeck the batch of pellet, those redesigned pellet have changed….. i have a wolverine R HP shooting those redesigned @905 fps and groups at 100yds are always less than 1" in calm conditions, double checked pellet stability thru my scope cam in slow motion and they are very stable, have to say that i have a big stock of those first batches of these redesigned pellets!!

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    I have always relied more on the chronograph that has a double light sensor, it is my personal opinion based on my experience of 12 years ago

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    if you have a regulated system, leave it minumum 5-10 bar above the regulator pressure….. if your rifle is not regulated, you can leave it somewhere between 130-200 bar

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    We are all lovers of this beautiful hobby and that is why we are here reading this, rather than criticizing and arguing, I think we have to be grateful that in the market we have rifles that fit the needs of each person, I think that most of the time the error  is in buying without first getting good advice

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    i have had 5 FX guns… 2 impacts… 2 bobcats, and 1 wildcat….. al of them came to me with problems …. leaks, C3 bumper destroyed, scratches in valve housing, regulator creeping, very bad gauges (especially on my impact mk2 which was supposed to be one of the improvements, front gauge was leaking and at the same time it exploded on my face…. and the reg gauge was 25bar off)……I tried several times with the brand because of what you see in the advertising but as you can see I was not very lucky, I do not recommend them because of my own experience, as a lover of this hobby, I think they should improve their quality control

    That’s some insanely horrible luck. Did you buy all of them brand new?

    yes, all of them!! first one in 2014 and last one in 2019….

    Don’t try skydiving. With your luck the chute won’t deploy😂

    If the parachute is FX, for sure I’ll never jump 😂

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    i have had 5 FX guns… 2 impacts… 2 bobcats, and 1 wildcat….. al of them came to me with problems …. leaks, C3 bumper destroyed, scratches in valve housing, regulator creeping, very bad gauges (especially on my impact mk2 which was supposed to be one of the improvements, front gauge was leaking and at the same time it exploded on my face…. and the reg gauge was 25bar off)……I tried several times with the brand because of what you see in the advertising but as you can see I was not very lucky, I do not recommend them because of my own experience, as a lover of this hobby, I think they should improve their quality control

    That’s some insanely horrible luck. Did you buy all of them brand new?

    yes, all of them!! first one in 2014 and last one in 2019….

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    i have had 5 FX guns… 2 impacts… 2 bobcats, and 1 wildcat….. al of them came to me with problems …. leaks, C3 bumper destroyed, scratches in valve housing, regulator creeping, very bad gauges (especially on my impact mk2 which was supposed to be one of the improvements, front gauge was leaking and at the same time it exploded on my face…. and the reg gauge was 25bar off)……I tried several times with the brand because of what you see in the advertising but as you can see I was not very lucky, I do not recommend them because of my own experience, as a lover of this hobby, I think they should improve their quality control

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