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D-Becks

Member Since 17 Mar 2010
Offline Last Active Jan 24 2011 09:38 PM
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Need new spring for a Stingray II

23 January 2011 - 11:57 PM

I recently bought a Brass Eagle Stingray II for $2.50 and it is in good working order except the marker is incredibly hard to cock, it is possible but requires an incredible ammount of force that in my case cannot usually be done by hand. I normally have to unscrew the 12 gram changer and pull the cocking pin with that in order to get enough force to cock the marker. Upon inspection it appears that the culprit behind this is the hammer spring, it is stiff and slightly bent. I cannot seem to find a replacement spring made specifically for the Stingray II, so will any other springs for any other markers work?

My Gauge on my Air Tank is broken, should I be concerned?

25 March 2010 - 03:45 PM

The gauge on my Air Tank isn't working properly, and I don't know when in went bad as it has been sitting in my closet for the past year and half. I recently went paintballing for the first time in a year and a half and when I got my tank filled, the gauge wasn't appropriately tracking the PSI in the tank. The employee that filled my air tank said the gauge needle would move to the appropriate PSI reading and then drop back to zero. Should I be concerned for the integrity of my air tank, or is this just an isolated problem with the gauge? I run a Pure Energy 72 cu/3000 psi high pressure tank, the hydro is up in 2012.

Size comparison between tanks, 3.5oz CO2 Tank vs. 13 cu/3000psi HPA Tank.

20 March 2010 - 08:39 PM

m looking to get a smaller air tank as I don't shoot that much paint, and the one I currently have is literally a tank (it weights a ton, and is terribly bulky). I'm wondering if anyone here could post a picture of a 3.5oz CO2 tank next to a 13 cu/3000psi high-pressure air tank for a size comparison. I want to try and run my tank from my vertical air source adapter, but I'm not sure a 13/3000 high-pressure air tank will fit, but I know a 3.5oz CO2 tank will.

I was going to try and run stock class, but twelve grams are just far to expensive for my liking unfortunately.