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Old 02-23-2009, 07:36 AM
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i wasnt' aware that they made CO2 tanks that big! i wonder how much they cost to fill
20oz is about 5 bucks
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i wasnt' aware that they made CO2 tanks that big! i wonder how much they cost to fill
20oz is about 5 bucks
well, it's the equiv to 40oz of CO2...so about $10 for you.

Here's the set up I'm planning....


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Old 03-01-2009, 12:29 AM
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Looks very bad arse man...

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i wasnt' aware that they made CO2 tanks that big!
Ive got two (2) 20lbs Co2 tanks out in the shop for paintball.


Druid, think you could come up with a pouch for one of them??
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Ive got two (2) 20lbs Co2 tanks out in the shop for paintball.


Druid, think you could come up with a pouch for one of them??
LOL...yes I do.....but I don't think either ONE of us wants to carry THAT......lol....
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LOL...yes I do.....but I don't think either ONE of us wants to carry THAT......lol....
I sure as hell dont want to. Its funny how their called "20lbs" & prolly way closer to 50lbs.
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welllll.....it HOLDS 20lbs of CO2 but the tank itself has its own weight. Add that to the 20 lbs and it's probably close.
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well, it's the equiv to 40oz of CO2...so about $10 for you.

Here's the set up I'm planning....


http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v3...2tanksetup.jpg
i was going to suggest something similar, but forgot all about this thread
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Just plumbed the tanks.
One Tippmnn 98C asa with a 90* fitting and hose. That hose goes into one port of a generic asa that has a fitting port on each side.

Into the other port went my stock A5 90* fitting, it's mated hose and ASA adapter. This is a neat set up because Timppmann makes the fitting, hose and asa (ASA tombstone fitting) a unified set of parts. The 90* female side is not 1/8" NPT threaded but the male side is. That means this fitting is only useul if used in conjunction with the Tippmann s/s line. Waste not, want not...lol.

The Tippmann Tombstone ASA adapter then will screw into the UFA on my remote line, which in turn goes into the marker.

The braided S/S line that goes to the ASA aapter makes it that it should take more abuse than any other type of line. It will go under my arm (or over my shoulder) and give me plenty of maneuvering room to shoot.

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Now all I have to do is get them both filled and try out the set up.
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