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I've played almost all the Toronto venues... I live in Ajax. The closest indoor play is next paintball and the closest outdoor would be camp x. I extremely enjoy playing at PRZ. I also play private games in undisclosed locations. That's mostly friends' properties.
 

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I suppose I could strip the leakseal if I wanted to - Its a carbon fiber tank, not a metal one. I think I'm near the end of its life though... Even if I didn' paint it, the silicone treated straps would still hold it well - I liked grippy and black, so I went for it. I'd like to take some pics and post...

Carbon fiber bottles have a 15 year total lifespan anyways. I'm not so sure about the visual being a fail if the tank is painted... Most tanks are paitned anyways, aren't they? Deep gauges are what they look for on the outside... Then they insert a cam to inspect the interior too.

Trying to post images -don't know if this will work...




I see that I can link to images, but is there a way to upload from a local file?
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I suppose I could strip the leakseal if I wanted to - Its a carbon fiber tank, not a metal one. I think I'm near the end of its life though... Even if I didn' paint it, the silicone treated straps would still hold it well - I liked grippy and black, so I went for it. I'd like to take some pics and post...

Carbon fiber bottles have a 15 year total lifespan anyways. I'm not so sure about the visual being a fail if the tank is painted... Most tanks are paitned anyways, aren't they? Deep gauges are what they look for on the outside... Then they insert a cam to inspect the interior too.

Trying to post images -don't know if this will work...




I see that I can link to images, but is there a way to upload from a local file?
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I suppose I could strip the leakseal if I wanted to - Its a carbon fiber tank, not a metal one. I think I'm near the end of its life though... Even if I didn' paint it, the silicone treated straps would still hold it well - I liked grippy and black, so I went for it. I'd like to take some pics and post...

Carbon fiber bottles have a 15 year total lifespan anyways. I'm not so sure about the visual being a fail if the tank is painted... Most tanks are paitned anyways, aren't they? Deep gauges are what they look for on the outside... Then they insert a cam to inspect the interior too.

Trying to post images -don't know if this will work...




I see that I can link to images, but is there a way to upload from a local file?
So are you able to still make this adapter and what would be the coast.
 

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Hello I know I'm late to the conversation but I have been researching the same issue, how to use a scba tank as a backpack tank for woods ball, a long time ago I played field ball and some times I through to much paint and end up running out of air. I would be interested in purchasing 2 of your fittings and would like to talk to you about a 3rd . I have 2 of the 60 min scba tanks and a 15 min one as well and that one has a different thread.
 

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To make a long story short, it's not a good idea. It's waaaaaay too much weight and you can't carry enough paint to even come close to needing that much air.

Get a bigger paintball tank, a 77 or 88ci tank will more than likely give you enough air to shoot as much paint as your want to carry

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