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Bulletproof
08-03-2006, 08:00 AM
I was in a tourney yesterday...we made it to the finals and during the finals my gun wouldn't work because my CO2 put liquid into my gun so everytime I shoot my gun the balls would chop so I had to leave the game...couldn't fix the CO2 so...I am thinking about getting Nitrogen...so if I do is there anything I would need to do to it?

Please help me because I have a tourney coming up Sunday....

ineasyi
08-03-2006, 08:14 AM
no just twist on the tank shoot a couple rounds and you should be ready to go! Nitrogen is the ****

pman15
08-04-2006, 03:44 PM
no just twist on the tank shoot a couple rounds and you should be ready to go! Nitrogen is the ****

no not really,to be excact that answer is 100% wrong.make sure had your tank screwed in ALL the way.get hpa.no nitrogen is not the s***.get hpa.i would reccomend a crossfire 68/4500 from durrel.co2 is the s***.co2 is a liquid so at faster rates of fire it causes your gun to have spikes and will start to freeze up.on the other hand,hpa is a gas so it is more consistent.overall get hpa.

ross * pilot
08-04-2006, 04:55 PM
i thought nitro and hpa were the same...
and when he said nitro is the ****, he was implementing that it is awesome

druid
08-04-2006, 07:06 PM
...or have your proshop antisiphon your CO2 tanks for you

ad0131065
08-04-2006, 07:23 PM
no not really,to be excact that answer is 100% wrong.make sure had your tank screwed in ALL the way.get hpa.no nitrogen is not the s***.get hpa.i would reccomend a crossfire 68/4500 from durrel.co2 is the s***.co2 is a liquid so at faster rates of fire it causes your gun to have spikes and will start to freeze up.on the other hand,hpa is a gas so it is more consistent.overall get hpa.
HPA and N2 Is basically the same. both can be used in an HPA/N2 tank. HPA is the same air that we breathe, and the air we breathe is consisted of almost 70% nitrogen. (If I remember correctly, anyways its still a very high percentage) When you have your tank filled with N2 it is just in a more concentrated form. (Around 97% nitrogen I think). So there really isn't that much of a diffrence between HPA and N2.

ineasyi
08-04-2006, 07:35 PM
yea when he said nitrogen i was reffering to hpa also...forgive me if I am wrong...i use compressed air...that's the ****...if compressed air and nitrogen aren't the same my fault...."compressed air" is where you wanna go....sorry fellas

ad0131065
08-04-2006, 07:38 PM
compressed air is just another word for HPA(Highly Pressureized air) or something like that.

ineasyi
08-04-2006, 07:40 PM
I thought so but there was a lot of confusion with my earlier post so i just wanted to clear that up

Total90Oliver
08-04-2006, 08:04 PM
nitrogen is obviously a different gas.. hpa is just some other type of ****