Re: Why You May Want to Use CO2 Instead of HPA
One problem I've found with HPA is that I had some recocking issues with my LP spyder. I was running at 300 PSI 285 FPS on anti syphened CO2 with a palmers stabalizer an Maddman Rocket Valve when the front block was getting too cold so i switch to HPA tank (it's free to rent with admission at the place I play). After I switched to HPA I could not recock with out the back pressure of my Halo.
So as soon as the halo was empty it would jack hammer and decock.
I did not have the problem with CO2.
Pilot owners club #51
Pilot ACS, Dye Boomstick Barrel, Clamping Feedneck, Palmer Stabilizer, Trinity Front Block, Madman Rocket Valve, Polished/Cupped striker, T-Board, 50g switch, Dye Sticky Grips