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Old December 8th, 2012, 11:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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guns help.

so i inherited some markers, ones a mini, 2nd is a piranha, next is a spyder victor...(POS) i need help figuring out the air systems for these guns. the mini came with a crossfire hpa tank, typical 68/4500 that gun is fine, for my other 2 (im pretty sure i know the answer for this post but whatevs) markers (they are for friends to use against me)i need to know if i should go hpa? and spend the extra money, which I dont really have (have a method for plan A) or should i say whatever and get c02 for the both and have money for paint and what not. the reason im saying hpa for the 2 is because where i live its cold and went for like 3/4ths the year so co2 would hardly work. 2nd since co2 has inconstant pressures the guns would suck therefore they would complain and B**CH about how im giving them the **** end if the stick, which makes sense but i dont want to ruin a time at the woods because of that. but to take into account its going to be muddy so it might not even be till summer till we play so co2 could work. idk its confusing.
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Old December 8th, 2012, 11:41 PM   #2 (permalink)
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HPA, plenty of cheap used tanks out there, saw an ad for four HPA tanks for $35, the Carbon Fibre was still in hydro for a few years, the others were steelies, one a ninja...pretty good price, then spend $15 on rehydro in the other tanks
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Old December 8th, 2012, 11:42 PM   #3 (permalink)
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i say go with co2, if your friends want to complain just ask them why they did not bring a HPA tank

its not a bad idea to have a spare hpa tank around though but in all honesty its really not going to make that much of a difference on a victor and a fish so i say save money
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Old December 9th, 2012, 01:52 AM   #4 (permalink)
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yup, thats what i was thinking, its like you want to have a fair game spend some of YOUR money lol. but ive been in and out of paintball many times and i find the reason why is because nobody A: has any guns and B: are scared of me and my guns haha so its a toss up. you have a point with in cheap guns c02 and hpa are practically the same so... cool thanks for helping me figure that out.
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