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Question: - Using a CO2 magazine on WE Glock 17 GBB ? -by **an **
(created: 2020-07-17 13:37:14)
In the product, there’s an “extra pin” which I think is a spring guide, after placing a CO2 cartilage inside the magazine and I tried to shoot with it, the slide of the gun is not blowback as large as it should, causing the next round of bullet cannot be loaded by the nozzle. But when I use the original magazine which is a green gas magazine, it worked just fine. I heard that the gun is capable to use bot magazines but it is not working in this situation. I am asking if the problem is I didn’t change the spring guide which is provided in the product or other problem has occurred.
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Hi; ou sould change the gas router of your CO2 magazine. This will allow the magazine fits to the nozzles gas enlargement hole. -by **BAK
added 2020-08-17 14:39:021
    |_ Or you can try to change the hammer spring to hit the magazine output harder
- by **BAK 2020-08-17 14:40:11

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Hello. This sounds like case of "light striking". If you are in hot area or if hammer spring is soft enough, it won't have strength to push the valve all the way open. co2 is best used in cooler temperatures. If this is a well used WE glock then you might need to buy new WE hammer spring. -by **cks
added 2020-09-07 18:53:460
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