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Removing a Stuck 12 Grams from Sheridan Pump Markers

In this quick video I show an easy technique that can help remove a stuck 12 grams in Sheridan paintball markers. In this video the marker shown is a Jim Masse KP3 that was shipping out.

Here are the steps:

  1. Determine if your 12 gram is stuck in the lower tube of your Sheridan. Try¬†cycling the Sheridan and occasionally the pierce pin making contact with the 12 gram will free up the stuck cartridge. If this doesn’t work continue to step #2.
  2. Add a blog of super glue to the end of a straight shot squeegee (find straight shots at http://www.baccipaintball.com/gear/squeegee/straight-shot.html)  
  3. Stick the straight shot in the lower tube of the Sheridan rifle so that the blob of glue is making a good surface connection to both the squeegee and the stuck 12 gram.
  4. Let dry for a few minutes.
  5. Remove the straight shot and hope your 12 gram comes out.
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