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Firing too many bullets at once? Use this guide to fix a jammed trigger on your Nerf N-Strike Maverick.

Image 1/1: Make sure to keep all the screws in a cup or container so they don't get lost.
  • Remove the 10 screws on the outer shell of the Maverick.

  • Make sure to keep all the screws in a cup or container so they don't get lost.

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Image 1/2: The other side of the top left piece can also be taken off. Image 2/2: The other side of the top left piece can also be taken off.
  • After removing all of the screws, slowly lift the gray top left piece.

  • The other side of the top left piece can also be taken off.

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  • Remove the top left screw.

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Image 1/2: Make sure the orientation of the Maverick matches the picture shown. Image 2/2: Make sure the orientation of the Maverick matches the picture shown.
  • While holding the Maverick down slowly lift the outer shell.

  • Make sure the orientation of the Maverick matches the picture shown.

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Image 1/2: When screwing everything back together, remember to re hook the trigger spring. Image 2/2: When screwing everything back together, remember to re hook the trigger spring.
  • Remove the screw holding the trigger to the body.

  • When screwing everything back together, remember to re hook the trigger spring.

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Image 1/3: If a part is broken, a replacement will need to be bought or taken from another Maverick. Image 2/3: If a part is broken, a replacement will need to be bought or taken from another Maverick. Image 3/3: If a part is broken, a replacement will need to be bought or taken from another Maverick.
  • Check the inner chassis around the trigger area. Make sure the springs and parts can move freely.

  • If a part is broken, a replacement will need to be bought or taken from another Maverick.

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Image 1/2: Hook the upper spring to the metal rod. Image 2/2: Hook the upper spring to the metal rod.
  • After examining and fixing the chassis, screw the trigger back onto the body.

  • Hook the upper spring to the metal rod.

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Image 1/3: When reattaching the outer shell, make sure to hold the top left piece as shown in the first picture. This ensures that the spring remains connected to the rod. Image 2/3: Screw the top left piece back onto the Maverick. Image 3/3: Replace the 10 screws on the Maverick.
  • Replace the outer shell of the Maverick and the top left screw.

  • When reattaching the outer shell, make sure to hold the top left piece as shown in the first picture. This ensures that the spring remains connected to the rod.

  • Screw the top left piece back onto the Maverick.

  • Replace the 10 screws on the Maverick.

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