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B3H1NDu

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Generally Ive found that this is due to slight bucking misalignment where the nozzle is not able to fully push the BB into place in time so some of the shots energy goes into sort of "chambering" the BB. After a few shots the bucking seems to require less force (I could speculate but dont have a firm reason) and the nozzle is able to chamber the BB under its own tappet return spring power. An easy fix is to trim some coils from your tappet return spring.
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Generally Ive found that this is due to slight bucking misalignment where the nozzle is not able to fully push the BB into place in time so some of the shots energy goes into sort of "chambering" the BB. After a few shots the bucking seems to require less force (I could speculate but dont have a firm reason) and the nozzle is able to chamber the BB under its own tappet return spring power. An easy fix is to trim some coils from your tappet return spring.


The tappet plate and spring were the only two things that were not changed in this gun. I had posted pictures of what was wrong with the gun. The piston gears were plastic and completely stripped out.
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It’s odd that this previous post was tonight of all nights screwing around with the maxx again... odd. Anywho... after screwing around for an hour, I think I’ve found the issue with the maxx, there’s a shim that goes around the barrel, that prevents wobble. After shaving some more of the anti rotation fins on the hopup, I just decided to take it off, and the hopup fit. The upper and lower went together perfect. I took it outside fired about 50 shots, taking the mag out every 10-11 shots and it fed perfect every time. Will update after day long game on Sunday. There will also be an update on the titan mosfet I just installed yesterday...tee hee hee
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Btw is there a source for this part, it somehow came off and shot into the æther

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that part is an air soluble component.  You're going to have to replace the entire dust cover.
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that part is an air soluble component.  You're going to have to replace the entire dust cover.


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Depending on your region and it's distributor's warranty. You may be able to get a direct replacement for free.
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Airsoft Legion

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So I have the exact same problem with a brand new Trident MK2 SPR, are you able to give me the exact solution? I'm not able to replace any parts myself and always need to go to the shop where I bought it from which is a 2.5hour drive. After the first time testing i drove back and the shop tech opened it up did a few tests and messed around with shims here and there and completely put the gun back together, again did a few test fires in the FPS tester thingy and he said it was fixed.

so happy me drove back home, took my gear and went to my testing field, guess what the problem was still there.
Hate to say it but I figured that spending 500+€ on a rifle I was expecting it to work flawlessly from the get-go. 
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So I have the exact same problem with a brand new Trident MK2 SPR, are you able to give me the exact solution? I'm not able to replace any parts myself and always need to go to the shop where I bought it from which is a 2.5hour drive. After the first time testing i drove back and the shop tech opened it up did a few tests and messed around with shims here and there and completely put the gun back together, again did a few test fires in the FPS tester thingy and he said it was fixed.

so happy me drove back home, took my gear and went to my testing field, guess what the problem was still there.
Hate to say it but I figured that spending 500+€ on a rifle I was expecting it to work flawlessly from the get-go. 


From what it looked like he said the cylinder's teeth were plastic and stripped out, ive had trouble sort of following as im not a internal junky n havent done anything yet but thats what it seemed like the issue ended up being, so id check that

please note that this is only what ive picked up reading the thread
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From what it looked like he said the cylinder's teeth were plastic and stripped out,


That’s exactly what was wrong with it, the first tooth was worn just enough where it would slip and cause this issue.
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Thank you mate, I was having trouble figuring out what was wrong with the piston from the pic, did you get a krytac made one or did you end up getting an after market one?
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Thank you mate, I was having trouble figuring out what was wrong with the piston from the pic, did you get a krytac made one or did you end up getting an after market one?


I ended up getting a metal Laylax if I remember correctly, and replaced all internals with maxx parts. In the end though, I ended up putting a p* jack in it with a maxx hopup and I haven’t had one issue since.
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I ended up getting a metal Laylax if I remember correctly, and replaced all internals with maxx parts. In the end though, I ended up putting a p* jack in it with a maxx hopup and I haven’t had one issue since.


Thank you mate, Im hoping mine doesnt have any issues out of the box but if it does the same thing then atleast i know what to replace and what to buy to fix it
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gentlemen, I recommend starting another thread to continue the discussion. This way other people can see the new subject and contribute to it.
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