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    Posted: 28 February 2006 at 4:18pm

The latest in managing autocockers run on co2!

anyone into cockers understands they can run on co2, but it needs to be anti-siphoned or run on a remote to keep that nasty liquid out of your precious marker. i have thought up a new design of some thrown together parts that will keep that liquid out of your delicate pneumatics. keep in mind, this may be MORE expensive than just buying a remote or an anti-siphon, but if you have these parts lying around from other guns, this might come in handy. it is kind of heavy, for a warning:

 

 

it consists of ghetto-rigging an x-chamber to a drop forward. i know its completely not practical, i just got bored.

 

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Good to hear you thought of this because you were bored and you weren't seriously thinking this was a really good idea. Its an interesting idea, but like you said not practical.
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wow you must be really bored.
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it could have been a shotgun!

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could work i guess
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It could work... or you could hook a fitting directly to the 1st ASA and X-Chamber. Then do the other thing. That way you wouldnt have to ziptie anything. Zip ties may be the fix everything for biking, but not paintball.
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maybe if u had 2 ex chambs mounted.....  it could work.... pretty nifty idea.
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well the problem i see with it, is that any liquid that dumps into the chamber, can be pulled right into the other ASA. Part of a regular expansion chamber is that gravity pulls the liquid to the bottom and the gas goes to the top.
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i saw a cocker with a stabilizer at my proshop... why not just do that? problem solved.
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because a stabilizer is a regulator that can handle CO2. It is not a solutionto liquid.
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i don't know if it'll work. my bro has a cocker and it doesn't like CO2 that much. Ya it can run on it, but it's much better with compressed air.
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that was just me being stupid. there aint no way im attaching that to my cocker. im just gonna pick up a cheap hpa tank.
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if you run it with a stab and have it at a low enough PSI liquid cant form...

exc cost what 20-30$? new of corse... 2 extra fittings and a new hose 15-20$ new asa 5$...

40-50$... you can get a rat valve for 30$ or a steel HPA tank for 70...
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I run my cocker on co2 just fine with no x-chamber or anti-siphon. Stock cocker regs are fairly good for co2.
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