How do you fix a pistol pellet gun?
Look up on the Web under "Air Gun Repair" and find a shop closest to you.
If you don't want to spend any money on repairing and you want to repair it yourself, you can just take the gun apart, find whats causing the trouble, and decide what needs to be fixed or replaced. My stinger p36 handgun would load the bb in the chamber then get stuck... so i took it apart and then found out that my gun has been damaged when i dropped it. that the easiest way!
When I cock my spring pistol back and let go the gun automatically fires which would be fine with me but nothing comes out I know it's jammed but that's it How do I fix it?
Is this a Pellet, BB or airgun? If it's a pellet or BB gun you can use a .177 cleaning rod down the barrel to push the Pellet back out of the barrel into the breech. Make sure the pistol is not cocked. I suggest you look up "air gun repair" on the web and take it to someone who repairs airguns to have it fixed.
The Beeman P-17 is a Pellet Pistol not an Airsoft Pistol. Airsoft shoot 6MM plastic BB's. The P-17 shoots .177 caliber Pellets at 410 Feet Per Second. (FPS) considerably faster and deadlier than any airsoft pistol. Do not shoot anyone else with a pellet pistol it could cause serious injury. If you are not sure how to shoot a pellet pistol find someone who understands shooting to teach you. Pellet pistols are beyond BB guns…
When you say "Gun" do you mean Pistol or both Pistol and Rifle? The highest quality pellet guns are Olympic class Pre-Charged Pneumatic match pistols. (PCP's). An example would be a Feinwerkbau P44 Match Air Pistol. The cost for this pistol is $1765.95. The very best Match rifle is the Feinwerkbau 800 PCP Air Rifle at a cost of $3245.95. The support system to charge the rifle or the pistol will cost anywhere between $300…
A spring air-soft gun aka a springer can be either a rifle or a pistol etc. It is called a springer, because instead of gas or electric, it uses a spring to launch the pellet. When you break and depress the gun, the spring curls up tight, and when you pull the trigger, the energy is released and the pellet is launched.
320 in a pellet gun is average. there are a few that have a higher FPS, but anything that fires between 300 - 400 FPS is normal for a C02 pistol. Rifles on the other hand currently are made to fire above 1000 FPS. The Crosman 1377C fires above 600 FPS but you have to pump it 10 times and it is a single shot pistol
It all depends on the bore size, and if you really mean GUN as in "gun or rifle." The larges Pellet bore is 50 caliber and that would be a Air Venturi .50 Cal, 275 Grains, Solid Core, Soft Lead, Round Nose pellet. If it's just a pistol it would be a .22 caliber pellet and that would most likely be a Predator Big Boy Senior .22 cal, 28.5 Grains, Domed. Remember air gun/rifle pellets…
It's not practical unless it is a Pistol Scope. With rifle scopes you must put your eye just behind the scope to aim. A rifle scope will fit a pistol but then you have the problem of putting the scope and pistol up to your face to aim. A pistol scope is designed to be held at arms length and still see enough to aim the pistol.
Yes. In fact it's not recommended to leave a charged C02 pellet in a BB gun. It will eventually rupture the seals. After shooting release the C02 gas. If you have a pistol that requires a pellet to be in the handle so the grip can stay attached, then leave a discharged C02 pellet in the handle to keep the grip in place.