Eureeeka!!!!! Ladies and gents I have solved the problem.
What I did was wrap a peice of electrical tape around the firing pin so that the e-tape acts as another insulator. When the trigger not being squeezed its pushed against the hole helping to keep in the air. When the trigger is pulled the e-tape pulls with the pin and allows the hole to be open that little bit again. There is a very strong hot glue holding the tape in place and stopping it from unwinding over time.
Here is a pic of the pin when the trigger is being pulled.
Here is a pic of when the trigger is in its normal position.
As you can see I added some hot glue and its a lil messy. I added hot glue to get rid of most of the trigger slack. I figured I might as well because I had the gun open and didnt want to open it again because the Titan screws are the cheapest peices of shit I have ever come across in nerf.
I used the jigaloo lube in/around the pinhole and put some in the valve too. This stuff works great on valves and pins but doesnt act well on pumps. With alot of pumping friction, the stuff becomes thick and kinda hard making the pump seem like its more of a scraping than a smooth movement. I used some to lube up my supersoaker pump and it ended badly. I had to clean out the pump shaft. After I pumped it, I felt the rubber blocky O-ring like thing inside and it was very hot. Dont use this stuff on pumps.
I hope this helps alot of people out there because it seemed to be a big problem in which nobody had an answer for. Now people can pump their high powered guns with this kind of pin and not have to fire right away.
EDIT: This Jigaloo stuff is fucking garbage. after it dried it didnt lube anything. Now I have an issue with my valve I beleive that it wont close properly because of the jigaloo lube in it that somehow hardened. Fuck! It is always one problem after the next. The tape thing will work once I find a proper lube. Can anyone reccomend a good silicone lube that will actually work?
Edited by Forsaken_angel24, 30 December 2005 - 03:35 AM.