Did you ever attempt to take it apart to see what the problem was?I had one of those a few years ago. I wanted to love it so bad, but mine had issues feeding the BBs, and when in full auto/burst mode, it went thru CO2 extremely fast
Thanks. I do try to take advantage every chance I get because as you stated it doesn't last forever. I often times forget how great this place is until I'm reminded by someone.What a great place to shoot!
And, kudos to you for taking advantage of it!
(All I dreamed of for years was a private place of my own to shoot and once I got it, I did … For about a year. Funny how we sometimes take stuff for granted and; after awhile, I peeled off toward competition match shooting and then of course career took over.
I didn’t realize what I didn’t have until I‘d moved off that private parcel and into a neighborhood and I needed to function test fire some 1911 .45acp target reloads coming off the Dillon 550 out my back door … at 11pm.
Enjoy it while you got it!
No, I wasn't going to mess with a full auto CO2 gun. I sold it, fully disclosing my issues, at a loss.Did you ever attempt to take it apart to see what the problem was?
Sorry to hear. They no longer make the steel force but are now producing the HK 416 which is basically the same thing in a different housing.No, I wasn't going to mess with a full auto CO2 gun. I sold it, fully disclosing my issues, at a loss.
They do but one thing that helps is when you hold the trigger its a six round burst. You can mod it to empty the magazine.Interesting video. That is a wild BB gun!
Bet those CO2 cartridges go fast in full auto mode.