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    Posted: 09 September 2006 at 11:58pm
Ok I have an idea I plan to test a set up for two tanks. Run a remote from the gun back to the tanks. Take the asa off the remote and put a ball valve. Put a tee on the ball vavles and run hoses to asa's. The reason why when you put one tank in it won't come out the other asa is I plan to use 2 asa adaters like are on the remote and refilling kits, with the pin the screws down to push on valve. Screw in the tanks before you screw down the pin. The ball valve is mainly because I plan to use it with co2 and if somthing goes wrong I might be able to decrease the damage......................Think it will work like I think it will or am I missing something?
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I wouldn't tinker with tanks especially if they're pressurized deadly if done wrong
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It works, and if you dont enjoy running out of air in the middle of a fire fight. Then this is a very good idea. In fact you can convert one of those pod packs to hold pods and two tanks.
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yea I dont play at a feild I just plan in my back yard so we don't play one hit your out. we play you run out of gas, paint or you give up. With tubes I run out of gas.....which means I lose and I don't like losing
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its been done. and no one likes to loose but you have to loose sometime. if you win all the time how can you get any better? I mean everyone can learn from there/others mistakes. wow you have a nail trigger too! I thought I was the only one.
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Originally posted by Kory Kory wrote:

yea I dont play at a feild I just plan in my back yard so we don't play one hit your out. we play you run out of gas, paint or you give up. With tubes I run out of gas.....which means I lose and I don't like losing

PRACTICE SHOOTING. that idea is pretty good, but why not work on improving your accuracy? that way, you'll hit them more often, and they'll be more likely to give up...

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I put this together a while back when I found myself providing suppressive/cover fire most of the time while playing paintball.

(No, I didn't use the bipod in games, it was just to hold it up for the picture.)




Edited by Mack - 13 September 2006 at 12:47pm
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