Check to make sure the hop-up is aligned properly.
Try tightening it a little, sounds like you've got it a little too loose (which give the trigger more room to play) and the trigger isn't quite engaging enough to release the sear. Once you've got it in place and working like it should, locktite that thing otherwise it'll cause problems in the future.army14sniper said:Thanks and I got another problem. When I cock the bolt and load the bb in the chamber. I pull the trigger and it does fire. IT then fired after I kept on pull the trigger a couple times. Does anyone know how to fix that? I think it has something to do with the trigger adjuster screw.
The problem is, even if it is set right initially, any sort of tension (even the stock spring) is going to make that screw loosen to the point where the trigger wont engage the sear (it's the nature of the beast), which is why I recommended the locktite, or really any medium strength thread lock you can find. Once you've got it adjusted right though, and thread-locked in placed, you'll be golden with the trigger for a very long time.army14sniper said:OK It was the damn trigger adjuster screw. Thanks guys for the help.
Here's a link to the product he was talking about. It's not permanent unless you get the "high strength" verison, and even that is "permanent". I would stick with medium strength.army14sniper said:What is that? Never heard of it. And if it is glue is there any other way than using permanent glue?