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Old 08-14-2007, 02:21 PM   #21 (permalink)
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your best bet for regulators is a palmer stabilizer (and you'd have to run remote or bottomline), but if you want something that screws into an asa, and allows a bottle to screw into it, there are two options (technicall 3, but the latter sucks even worse): Sheridan RG-1, PEC regulator, and one by CMI (I think).

I've got a PEC, and it works reasonably well.

only problem with any of these options is that they are hard to find.

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Or if you want to drop some $$ on it, talk to somebody (probably Rainman) and see if they'd fab you up a vert mount for a reg. Mine has PPS regs, and was modified by Punisher.



I have an old Thunderpig inline reg that I've never used. It's the configuration Chachi's describing, so I don't know if it's the same as one of those. If you're interested I can get it to you pretty cheap. Don't know if it works though.
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Is that an Intimidator I see on the end of that Vector, Hurt Cow?
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Is this the one by CMI? E-Bay

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your best bet for regulators is a palmer stabilizer (and you'd have to run remote or bottomline), but if you want something that screws into an asa, and allows a bottle to screw into it, there are two options (technicall 3, but the latter sucks even worse): Sheridan RG-1, PEC regulator, and one by CMI (I think).

I've got a PEC, and it works reasonably well.

only problem with any of these options is that they are hard to find.

Good luck!

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I have not heard of a small inline (male ASA to female ASA) reg that actually works. One option, you could contact Dave (he's doing the re-release of the Vector) and see if you can buy his stock/reg separately (He is making those, right? I'm not crazY?) and run remote. Otherwise I love the reg mounts like HurtCow has.

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I have not heard of a small inline (male ASA to female ASA) reg that actually works. One option, you could contact Dave (he's doing the re-release of the Vector) and see if you can buy his stock/reg separately (He is making those, right? I'm not crazY?) and run remote. Otherwise I love the reg mounts like HurtCow has.

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My sheridan RG1 reg has worked for the time I have used my vector.
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Just ordered a female stabilizer remote from Palmer Pursuit. Ships tomorrow. About $100 USD with shipping in. If I am not mistake, it is the exact reg that is in that pic HurtCow has above.

/me claps hands in child-like glee.

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My sheridan RG1 reg has worked for the time I have used my vector.
These seem to be fairly rare beasts - although highly praised. You are not the first one to say at least satisfactory things about it. If I could have found one, I probably would have snatched it up. Either way, I understand that Palmer is fairly reliable.

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