08-12-2007, 04:07 PM
witch is better co2 of hpa?
there is alot of places of fill co2 but not alot of places to fill hpa i was thinkin of buyin a scuba tank for the hpa but not sure if it is worth it
08-12-2007, 04:27 PM
HPA is definately better. It is just compressed air, so it is not effected by temp. CO2 is widely used because it stores naturally at approx 850psi and therefore does not need regualtion. However, that pressure can vary widely with temp changes. CO2 also stores as a liquid and can get into your marker as such. Lastly, CO2 dispences in a very cold state which and also mess with your marker and its performance, accurarcy, and reliablity.
I always have a CO2 tank full for messing with my Spyders, but absolutly prefer HPA whenever possible.