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04 January 2013 - 09:21 AMThis one was good...
$1000 for a CO2 tank
04 January 2013 - 09:20 AMI just play for fun. I play at my local field every weekend with the other walk on players, and a few times a year I play on private property with a bunch of friends. Tournaments personally are something that I have never considered. I may when I get to the point where it is no longer fun to shoot at other people who are also there for fun, but for now I just like to go and shoot a case every weekend for a few hours.
02 January 2013 - 11:01 AMI'm confused, what are the burst disks rated to? From my experience you see 1.5K disks on CO2 tanks, and 5K on HPA since they are filled to 3000+ PSI. Are you using 1.5K disks on a 4500 PSI tank?
02 January 2013 - 10:13 AMI listen to the sounds around me...I can't imagine playing without being able to hear whats going on.
28 December 2012 - 02:17 PMThanks for the tips.
My main motivation to swap the bolt was to maximize efficiency. I use a scuba tank to fill so can only fill to 3000 PSI (and less after the first fill), so it's important to get the most shots I can per fill. I don't mind refilling after each game, but I don't want to end up running out of air mid-game. I was planning to do the sweet spotting and swap the bolt since it seems like doing that would allow me to drop the operating pressure to around 140-160, and additionally I should be able to lower the dwell. My biggest concern was that if there is any problem I might create doing this out of the box.
I am thinking the worst case is that once it breaks in a little, I will need to re-tune it, which is fine. I just want to make sure there won't be any long term risk from making such changes before it has even seen paint.
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