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Is your pump still holding air? Mine binds sometimes after sitting, but with use, seems to loosen up. It still holds air, no leaking at all. I also use silicone oil liberally. I put a drop every time I go through two magazines. Keep the gun between 2500 and 2000, and that is my sweet spot.. I shoot five shots, pump ten times, slowly, methodically, and with purpose. For hunting, this gun is perfect. If you are target shooting, use a tank. I put the Donnyfl Tanto suppressor on the gun, and I like it even more. Talk about quiet. Excellent mod if anyone is interested. The Tanto excels at fps 800 or less. My Go to pellets are JSB 18 grain, H&N 21 grain, and JSB Ultra Shock 25 grain. It keeps my fps down and my fpe up. When any of these pellets reach their objective, controlled chaos ensues. 

My reservoir doesn't leak. The pump moves air properly: I've not noticed having to pump more frequently. As to filling with a tank or pump, if not using the built-in pump, it's frustrating to have to fill after just 10-15 shots due to a tiny reservoir, tiny by design 'cause there's a built-in pump. My chronograph tells me the limits of the reservoir in giving consistent FPS shots. I pump two or three times between shots to extend the sweet spot, then use the MK4 to top up when pressure gets near the bottom of the range.