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hey it was my first time playing when it was colder than like 50 degrees (got my first gun last week a BT4 Combat) and it started to get a frost over it i just didnt know if that was super bad or? idk if i should just wipe it off or not, thanks
 

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Your sucking liquid CO2 into the gun. It's not HORRIBLE, but it will damage o-rings over time. Get an anti-siphon tube in your tank to stop that..
 

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so i could just go into my local army navy paintball supply place and ask for an anti-siphon tube and they should be like sure? (they're pretty much JUST a paintball supply store) and is it hard to install?
 

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I would have it professionally installed at a paintball pro shop. If you are not used to working with Co2 tanks, you can screw it up and make a tank potentially unsafe. People have been killed that way. Better safe then sorry.
 
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