Most likely a bad battery. Change it for a brand new one (not rechargeable). If that does not fix it take it apart and clean it fully, make sure to check ALL of your orings. If the problem continues, take it to a pro shop, it probably wont cost more then $20 for whatever parts you need.
It depends what kind of gun you have. I have a planet eclipse ego and i don't have to reload every time i shoot . If you have a pump you have to cock every time or if you have a single shot paintball gun. Depends on the marker. If you have a pump then yes you have to cock it evertime, but if you have a semi- or automatic, then it wil automatically recock itself
Depends on which marker you are talking about but typically they use air from the tank to cycle the bolt and cock the marker. Several animated examples are avalible in the related links.
eh yes, when closing the gun, depress the cocking lever, then the trigger and slowly release the C-lever (or the hammer,if your version is the one with exposed hammer), then recock. but is it not safer to walk around with the action open? or just use the safety...
The riflewill fire the cartridge but it may not cycle the action (eject the spent brass, recock the striker, load the next round). The quiet .22 ammunition may not have sufficient power to operate the rifle.
Often with a semiautomatic pistol, once a loaded magazine is inserted and the slide racked, you now have a pistol that is ready to fire: there is a fresh round in the chamber, the hammer (or striker) is cocked. This CAN be a dangerous situation, if the shooter isn't going to fire the weapon immediately. In the past, a person would have to CAREFULLY lower the hammer while pointing the pistol in a safe direction. If they slipped, they would fire a bullet accidentally AND their thumb would get hurt--mashed by the recoiling slide & hammer. A decocking lever prevents such accidents by LOWERING the cocked hammer to a safe position. Once utilized, if the shooter wanted to prepare the pistol for firing, they would have to: Manually recock the hammer, if the pistol were a single action only type, or, manually recock, or utilize the pistol's long Double Action trigger, if the pistol was a Double Action/Single Action type.
First, keep the firearm pointed in a safe direction. Wait. Check that the safety is off. If it is on, move to off and fire. Otherwise, if the gun has an external cocking mechanism. recock and attempt to fire. If it still does not fire, wait 30 seconds (still pointing in safe direction) eject cartridge, load fresh cartridge, attempt to fire. Dispose of the bad cartridge in a safe manner.
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 1 words with the pattern REC-C-. That is, six letter words with 1st letter R and 2nd letter E and 3rd letter C and 5th letter C. In alphabetical order, they are: recock
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 1 words with the pattern R-C-CK. That is, six letter words with 1st letter R and 3rd letter C and 5th letter C and 6th letter K. In alphabetical order, they are: recock
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 3 words with the pattern --COCK. That is, six letter words with 3rd letter C and 4th letter O and 5th letter C and 6th letter K. In alphabetical order, they are: mocock recock uncock