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#1 Hrvl

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Posted 26 August 2013 - 07:02 AM

So i have a ravi i can buy for 350-360 or a Vice for around 300. Im really leaning towards the Rev i but i also need a new or used tank. I am tight on money
Need some help guys ! Thanks

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Posted 26 August 2013 - 07:49 AM

Vice by far. More efficient, allmost as smooth and gentle on paint, and imo it looks a lot better. 

For 60$ bucks you could probably pick up a used 68/4500 aswell, if your lucky. 


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Posted 26 August 2013 - 07:59 AM

Vice by far. More efficient, allmost as smooth and gentle on paint, and imo it looks a lot better. 

For 60$ bucks you could probably pick up a used 68/4500 aswell, if your lucky. 


Thanks man. Im trying to get a good price on it. He doesnt want to get rid of the vice. I remember shooting one of my friends vices at a tournement and it was so nice and smooth and small.

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Posted 26 August 2013 - 09:51 AM

Vice by far. More efficient, allmost as smooth and gentle on paint, and imo it looks a lot better. 

For 60$ bucks you could probably pick up a used 68/4500 aswell, if your lucky. 

Thanks man. Im trying to get a good price on it. He doesnt want to get rid of the vice. I remember shooting one of my friends vices at a tournement and it was so nice and smooth and small.

Nobody wants to sell their Vice, hehe. But does it come with a pressure tester and an on off asa? These are must haves imo.

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Posted 26 August 2013 - 12:35 PM

Vice by far. More efficient, allmost as smooth and gentle on paint, and imo it looks a lot better. 

For 60$ bucks you could probably pick up a used 68/4500 aswell, if your lucky. 

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#6 Hrvl

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Posted 26 August 2013 - 05:27 PM

 

 

Vice by far. More efficient, allmost as smooth and gentle on paint, and imo it looks a lot better. 

For 60$ bucks you could probably pick up a used 68/4500 aswell, if your lucky. 

Thanks man. Im trying to get a good price on it. He doesnt want to get rid of the vice. I remember shooting one of my friends vices at a tournement and it was so nice and smooth and small.

Nobody wants to sell their Vice, hehe. But does it come with a pressure tester and an on off asa? These are must haves imo.

 

comes with neither. i plan on throwing a on off on to it . but what about the pressure tester will help me


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Posted 27 August 2013 - 06:39 PM

 

 

 

Vice by far. More efficient, allmost as smooth and gentle on paint, and imo it looks a lot better. 

For 60$ bucks you could probably pick up a used 68/4500 aswell, if your lucky. 

Thanks man. Im trying to get a good price on it. He doesnt want to get rid of the vice. I remember shooting one of my friends vices at a tournement and it was so nice and smooth and small.

Nobody wants to sell their Vice, hehe. But does it come with a pressure tester and an on off asa? These are must haves imo.

 

comes with neither. i plan on throwing a on off on to it . but what about the pressure tester will help me

 

 

Many Bob Long markers will work the best if set to the correct LPR pressure (too low and the gun won't fire, too high and you could blow the solenoid). Usually a tester will give you both the HPR and LPR setting but you really only need to be concerned with the LPR. Vices, Marqs, g6r's... they all utilize pressure testers to help you to set your low pressure regulator.


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Posted 27 August 2013 - 08:40 PM

^ well what you said with why a pressure tester is important on a vice isn't the full story. If your pressure is that far off, those issues will happen with any gun with an lpr. The vice differs from other guns making it need a pressure tester I that if the pressures are slightly too low, you may have issues such as FSDO. Also, if your pressure is slightly too high, your vice could become a jackhammer.
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Posted 27 August 2013 - 09:42 PM

^ well what you said with why a pressure tester is important on a vice isn't the full story. If your pressure is that far off, those issues will happen with any gun with an lpr. The vice differs from other guns making it need a pressure tester I that if the pressures are slightly too low, you may have issues such as FSDO. Also, if your pressure is slightly too high, your vice could become a jackhammer.

 

Just like you said, all the issues you listed would occur with nearly every marker with an LPR. Nothing but common knowledge here.


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