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GFXAddict
08-15-2006, 04:46 PM
Ive been looking on ebay and stuff for an Ion and a HPA tank but Im on a real budget $200 or so. Im also looking at my local field for someone selling a gun, Im sure Im not going to get a gun and tank for this price but the worst that could happen is to be told no. The last person I talked to on ebay told me to suck his balls, I figure you guys are much nicer LoL. Let me know. Im also willing to throw in my imagine with some cash. I have a tourny coming up the second week of september and Id really like to this before then.

vwjimmy
08-15-2006, 05:16 PM
You could prob. get an Ion and a 47/3000 steelie HPA tank for about $250
pm durrell and ask him, he owns Carolina Paintball Supply (http://www.carolinapbs.com/catalog/)

Paradox313
08-15-2006, 05:16 PM
its gonna be alot of work finding an ion and a hpa wit ha budget of $200

i bought an ion new for $180 off of orderpaintball but i got lucky cause it was only up for an hour with that price

and the cheapest hpa tank you can get is a pmi 48/3000 for i think $60 on some sites


HOWEVER i did find somewhere an ion for $50 without any screws

ill see if i can find that for you


here you go
there are stripped threads where the banjo goes in the frame so your probably gonna have to buy another frame

http://ionowners.com/showthread.php?t=15099

GFXAddict
08-15-2006, 05:18 PM
Yea well I figured I could get a tank for my imagine and spend 180 or so on an ion. I dunnno. Yea I know its very tight

EDIT: Thnx Paradox but for someone who doesnt know there way around an ion that would be hard for me. Plus it seems like after fixing all that it might cost close to what I could get for a refurb. Thnx for the research though

Paradox313
08-15-2006, 07:22 PM
also i saw a owners manual in a pdf file
i can get that for you if you want it too

and there was a website dedicated to the technology of the ion
it tells you why this screw is needed here and not here

stylinbeaver
08-15-2006, 07:26 PM
The manual is on the smart parts website. It's under support. You got to give it time to load though. It is like 16 pages.
EDIT:::: Here is the link: http://www.smartparts.com/Support.aspx

Paradox313
08-15-2006, 07:30 PM
here it is
http://www.zdspb.com/tech/mguide/ion/index.html