Originally Posted by Tom222
Older CO2 tanks had busrt disk nuts that were flush with the valve. They went to the current style so if it blew the CO2 jet is dispersed out the 3 small holes instead of 1 big jet shooting straight out from the tank.
So basically you could cut the head off of the burst disk nut and slot it for a screwdriver and have one like the old style flush ones.
yeah, being the genious that i am
, i didn't think of that at first. i remember the old burst discs and will do just that.
it was just too easy of a solution for me to figure out.