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    Posted: 07 August 2007 at 10:06am
Dear all, I am just wondering should I take off the gas tank every time after playing? After how long then it is safer to take off?

So far I leave it there for 4-6hours....
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I don't think it matter how long you have them on your paintball gun.  But, just to be safe, remove it after your done.
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You can remove a co2 tank whenever you want to. Just shoot your gun while unscrewing it that way you don't bust an o-ring from the pressure all coming out past it.

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If i leave the tank attach to the marker for very long... will it damage the parts in the marker? O ring?
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Originally posted by zxcmunlok zxcmunlok wrote:

If i leave the tank attach to the marker for very long... will it damage the parts in the marker? O ring?
The air pressure would ramain into your valve. witch, it wouldn't cause any trouble at all.  Tippmann valve are pretty strong anyway.
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Thx alot
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Originally posted by zxcmunlok zxcmunlok wrote:

Thx alot
here's an images to gave you an idea, on how air travels.

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