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ST6 Conroy August 13th, 2014 10:50

Lancer Tactical MK.18 Jamming.
So i recently bought this gun and i am haveing the problem with it jamming. Its constantly jamming and really just anoyying. Even sometimes when it is in semi auto mode, it acts as if its in safe and does not fire at all. Semi sometimes works alright, full auto is not even worth trying because it just jams VERY HARD on full auto. Anyone have any idea what this could be? I am using Valken BB's 0.20g bought from toronto airsoft for around 12 dollars on sale.

spddmn August 13th, 2014 11:14

I have a hard time trusting a company primarily a paintball company making BB's firstly. Also do the magazine's fit snug into the magwell? I have seen this being an issue before. The hop up system could need an adjustment too. That's all I can think of off the top of my head.

ST6 Conroy August 13th, 2014 11:20

Yeah idk they were on sale and i guess they looked good. Yes the mags fit very good in the mag well with no wobble. I turned the hop up off and im going to try the gun in a few hours when my battery charges hopefully that works :/

EchoFourTwelve August 13th, 2014 11:22

Are you using hi caps? If so, are you remembering to wind? Also, try using better bbs. Bastards feed fine in my guns, so try those.

RainyEyes August 13th, 2014 20:32

If it jams, STOP FIRING IT. If you bought it recently from TA; within 14 days, there's a good chance they'll take a look at it for you for free or even exchange it as per their store policy. The last thing you want is to open it up without any experience and void any warranty or do further harm to it.

Zack The Ripper August 14th, 2014 08:43


Originally Posted by spddmn (Post 1906213)
I have a hard time trusting a company primarily a paintball company making BB's firstly.

Despite your misconception, the Valken BBs are actually surprisingly well made. They have a welcomed lack of air bubbles and a good polish. Very BB Bastard-like.

Relating to the thread itself, just take the gun to Toronto Airsoft and get them to sort it out. Don't fiddle too much with a machine you have no experience with. They will be able to tell you exactly what is wrong with it.

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