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In Topic: T15 selling on ansgear tomorrow!

04 July 2014 - 10:12 AM

Yeah it is real ;)



In Topic: Tank leaking from fill nipple

23 May 2014 - 11:45 AM

Use 100% silicone base grease, never use oil. Oil will cause a combustion!  


Dow 33, Dow 111 or chemplex 710 should be good for o'rings. 

In Topic: Tank leaking from fill nipple

22 May 2014 - 10:40 AM

You need a 004-P90 for a Pro fill nipple from Guerrilla Air. The Pro Fill nipple comes standard on regulators that read Guerrilla Air on the gauge.


If it read Myth on the gauge, you need a 006-P90.



Heads up, it is a tight strong fit, so you might have some difficulty installing the o'ring. We use a machine that does it for us. 


Best bet would be to get a new Pro Fill nipple. 

In Topic: Tiberius Arms T15

11 March 2014 - 04:05 PM

T15 RIFLE - Shipping to dealers first week of April. Retails at $499.95! 
The revolutionary T15 magazine fed paintball marker is the first of its kind offering a true .68 caliber 1 to 1 AR rifle platform. The T15 features a rugged lightweight aluminum body that will withstand the harshest conditions while maintaining optimum durability. Equipped to use our 19/20rd continuous feed magazines or a standard hopper, the T15 features an integrated 13ci/3000psi tank/stock combo.

  • 2 Piece Cast Aluminum Construction

  • Aluminum Quad Rail Handguard

  • 13ci/3000psi Tank/Stock Combo

  • Low Profile Flip Up Sights

  • 2 Pin Quick Dissemble

  • Functional Charging Handle

  • 19/20 Continuous Feed First Strike Magazines

  • Magazine and Hopper Feed

  • Includes Two Magazines

  • Packaged in Durable Side Rifle Case


In Topic: New Regulator

27 January 2014 - 06:54 PM

Not sure why you were told the Guerrilla Air regulator is not safe, that information is false, we been in business since 2008 providing quality products. Guerrilla Air is now owned by Tiberius Arms, and the quality and service is competitive in the market. 


You should be fine using the regulator without any issues. If this was a used regulator, it might need a rebuilt, but if you air it up and there are no leaks, then you are good to go.