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    Posted: 29 August 2006 at 5:10pm

when you look at tanks on the internet and it says n2 and then the others say low pressure the n2 is the hpa one right?

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I've been helping you out so far, so I'll add this. Thoughts and Opinions is the non paintball section. For some reason, when paintball is mentioned here, people get annoyed (don't ask why...).

For random paintball questions, newplayers is where it's at.

Edit: I finally figured out what you were talking about. The low pressure is the PSI output of the tank. Certain guns require a certain amount of pressure to operate. Low pressure guns work best with low pressure tanks, and high pressure guns work better (or only) with high pressure tanks. But yes, the N2 tanks are the HPA tanks, but all of the tanks pictured in that section should be N2...



Edited by DeTrevni - 29 August 2006 at 5:16pm
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We get annoyed becuase every single paintball question people ask in here can easily be found by searching the other forums.

Not only that, his question is a rather newbish question.  A newb is one that is new to something, hence the New Player forum.
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It's been moved now, but no matter where it is posted, there will always be newbish questions, and few people here search anyway...
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