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    Posted: 06 February 2008 at 7:23pm

i just got an n2 tank from my friend for free, used. it worked for like 1 game then suddenly as im walkin to our startin place in the next match i test a shot, and i figure out im already smoehow out of air even tho i filled it up before that match. And its not the '0' ring i had it replaced 2 days before i went p-ballin.

another thing is i have a pihrana marker, im not sure what its name is. a few months ago the back just popped out during a match, i bought the parts it needed and put them back in. it has to use n2 or itll break. anyway i go to check its psi with the n2 tank before it broke the same day, but the system would not read it. so theres another problem, and im just wondereing if its the same stupid n2 tank that wouldnt let it read or was it the gun.

PLz i would like some replys if u know what to do about my problem.



Edited by ghille baller - 06 February 2008 at 7:50pm
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What the hell did you just say?
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basically i want to know how to fix an n2 tank.......

 

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I suggest you not try to fix an n2 tank yourself.  Nothing good can come of that.  Take it to a pro shop.
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man cause i really am hoping not having to take it to a shop, costs liek 20 or 30 bucks so stupid
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Definitely take it to a shop.  No question about it.
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Also, learn grammar and spelling. Or at least make an effort. It makes it a LOT easier for us to read, and in consequence, help you. If we can't read it, or have to put effort into reading it, then we usually just ignore it or make fun of you.

From what I gathered, your tank is either leaking from the regulator, or your marker is insane amounts of inefficient, and possibly needs to be tuned. And there is no Piranha out there that isn't CO2 compatible, as they are all stacked tube blowbacks (excluding Spimmy modded ones).
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im not miss spelling proper grammer i just shoten words out like though=tho, you=u, your=ur, p-ballin=paint ballin, but yes i do mispell words but thats becuase i dont really care about computer writing that much.
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yea well my friend said not to use n2 or it'll break....so i have no idea

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Originally posted by ghille baller ghille baller wrote:

yes i do mispell words but thats becuase i dont really care about computer writing that much.


Do you care about people giving you useful information? Because if they dont understand what youre on about, not only do you come off like a moron, nobody wants to take the time to talk to you and help you out.

Take it to the shop, its as simple as that.

Heres something to put the energy stored in a HPA tank into perspective (if you can comprehend it). It only takes 1/2 PSI of overpressure to blow the walls out of your house. Imagine what a 3000 or 4500 PSI tank would do if you screwed it up and it ruptured. Or imagine what it would do to your head when youre out on the field shooting and the tank blows up.
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Nonsense!  You can fix it yourself!  $20 or $30 is an outrageous price to ensure your safety as well as others!!!  Be sure you have the right tools too!  Hacksaw, .5" drill, claw hammer and vice.  A propane or acetylene torch will be necessary to melt over the drill holes to make sure the tank is air-tight.
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DO NOT expect people to take their own time to help you if you won't take the time to write it out properly!

You are only making a fool of yourself.

With bad spelling/grammar, many will either not want to help you, or not be able to help you because they can't understand what you are saying.

You have as long as you want to make it look legible, so take 20 seconds to fix it before you post. DO NOT shorten words, it makes you look like a moron.
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Back on the topic at hand. When you test fired walking out to the field, was the gauge reading '0psi' or did it supposedly still have pressure in it according to the gauge?

It's quite possible that you have a blown reg, which would need to be replaced by a professional with the torque specs for the tank and reg. New regs run between $25-$50 depending on what brand, and installation should only run you around $25.
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You said it worked for one game? If it did not work at all and it was filled, it could be a low pressure tank. Read the bottle/reg and see if it says low or high pressure.
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Originally posted by ghille baller ghille baller wrote:

man cause i really am hoping not having to take it to a shop, costs liek 20 or 30 bucks so stupid


Ya, $20-$30 is to much to spend to prevent 3000+ PSI pressure vessel blow up in your face
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UMMm im actually not sure if its high pressure or low pressure i have to ask my friend, i gave it to him to take it to a shop for me but before he does ill ask him. but what i think might need fixing is the the whole valve at the top.



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secondly, people im not mispelling if u look at the third reply thatll tell the whoel subject dang. and im sorry im not in the dungeons and dragons club where everyoen spells right or whatever.
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Originally posted by ghille baller ghille baller wrote:

secondly, people im not mispelling if u look at the third reply thatll tell the whoel subject dang. and im sorry im not in the dungeons and dragons club where everyoen spells right or whatever.

If people that belong in a D&D club have rudimentary spelling and grammar skills, then kudos to them.  You have a computer at your disposal with a full keyboard in front of you.  You need not use shortcuts as if you're texting off of a cell phone.  You'll get better results from other members here if you use decent capitalization, spelling and punctuation.  If typing is the problem, take your time with your posts.  Many of us find reading posts, such as yours above, taxing and tedious. 

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