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    Posted: 06 September 2005 at 3:12pm
Hey guys, sorry if this has been posted before, but I havent been on these boards in such a long time, but can the E-Bolt be used with Co2? or do I have to use something such as Nitro or HPA?
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Technicly you can use co2 with it. I wouldn't suggest it though. I'd suggest either getting your tanks anti-siphoned or get HPA.
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thanks, I dont have the money to buy HPA right now, when I get it anti-siphoned, is it usually expensive? and what is it exactly?

*edit* nevermind, I found out on the web, I have an expansion chamber , so would you recommend it anyway? thank you by the way, sorry for being such a pest


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If you had an expansion chamber, it would help, but I would still suggest getting an anti-siphon. They are only about $6. Better to be safe than sorry.
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Yea, get the A/S tube also.

Edit: And read this article for more info on Anti Siphon Tubes... http://www.madpaintballer.com/co2-anti-siphon.php .



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On that site they give you directions to install one.
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^^^Yea. Don't do it yourself. If you install it wrong it could be very dangerous. Take it to your local pro shop. It's still a great article though.
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Originally posted by rossy11223 rossy11223 wrote:

On that site they give you directions to install one.
never try to mess with a tank by yourself. always have an airsmith certified person do it for you.
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