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Last summer while playing on our home field, my velocity adjustment screw fell out of the gun and I couldnt find it. I ordered a new one for it and now my velocity wont go up past 240. Is it possible that that screw could be leaking gas out that hole? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
 

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I haven't been to my local field since January so I haven't been able to chrono it since then. But in January when we went there I had just thoroughly cleaned it and lubed it all up. When I chronoed it, the gun wouldn't shoot over 240. It took it apart just now to see if the o rings on the internals were ok and they seem to be fine. Nothing is cracked on the inside either. I'm wondering if its going to shoot fine now but I have a big scenario game coming up and I would like to look into all options to get it working right so I can bring it. Maybe the spring in the back of the gun is too worn out?? The gun is like 3 or 4 years old.
 

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if you store it cocked it is probly worn out. if not what do you use to lube it. gun oil will eat orings like non other but you wont be able to see it. i made that mistake with a 98 i had. so if you have ever used gun oil instead of paintball lube or pneumatic tool oil that could be the cause of the problem.
 
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