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Hello everyone, I've just purchased a 1kg pack of SRC 0.25g bbs, and for some reason, I'm facing feeding issues with my Cyma CM030 AEP. Every time there are only three rounds left in the magazine, the gun shoots two bbs at once, leaving one round in the mag. It can also occur earlier (less frequently), but it happens every time there are three bbs left. Usually, this feeding issue has to do the bucking, but it doesn't seem to be a problem with the gun, nor with lubrication, as I wasn't facing the same issue when I used my other pack of 0.20g bbs, and it seems that those 0.25g bbs can be inserted by applying less force on the speedloader or when manually inserting bbs, they seem go inside the magazine more easily, in other words. My hypothesis is that the bbs are not being held properly inside the mag, is it because those SRC bbs are "5.95mm -0.01mm" instead of 6mm? As far as I know, bbs are supposed to be 6mm in diameter. Does this mean anything? Did I purchase the "wrong" bbs? SRC is known as a good brand for bbs, and they don't seem to be faulty. Thanks in advance!
I have a 2 months old G&G F2000 gun. It's been a great gun and haven't got any issues until now. A week ago I was having a lot of feeding issues. At first I thought my mags were not feeding right (elite force plastic mag that comes in a 10 count box), so I started to do some research to get new mags. Today the problem started to get worse to a point were I wasn't not firing any BB. I tried with the hicap that comes with the gun and same results. I cleaned the inner barrel and took the hop up apart but nothing seemed to be bad at all. I did some google searching and found that a guy had the same problem and the Tappet plate was broken. So I took the gearbox apart and the Tappet plate is not broken or cracked but the triangle part that contacts the gear pin to get the nozzle back to feed a bb seems to be worn but I'm not sure on how straight or curved should be. I put everything back together and watching the feeding hole that goes in between the mag and the hop up I realized that the nozzle is not getting back enough to yield the bb in. So I took the gearbox a little bit to the back of the gun, although I was having trouble to get the trigger to get to the contacts, when it did feeding was perfect. So what do you guys thing I should do?. Should I replace the Tapped Plate?. Should I put a delayer ship? Have anyone had this problem before? I'm sorry that explanation is too long but I want to be as much specific on the problem as I can.