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Old 02-12-2013, 02:16 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Anyone remember the average filled weight of a 3.5? I'm thinking it was 200something grams, so, around 8 oz?
Full weight for a standard pin valved aluminium 4 oz is 385 grams, so a 3.5 oz should be around 370 grams.
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Full weight for a standard pin valved aluminium 4 oz is 385 grams, so a 3.5 oz should be around 370 grams.
*sigh* well, that's why I write it on the bottle. Playing paintball wipes out that short term memory I guess.

That's my story, and I'm sticking to it.
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Haha. Same here. I write the empty weight and full weight on the bottle in case my memory goes fuzzy.

Forgot to mention earlier. I fill 4 oz tanks from a 20 quite often for outlaw play. Started doing it cause the fields kept overfilling my small tanks. I use two remote line ASA's connected with a 20" bt of hose and a quick disconnect. Works quite nicely. Just be sure to stick the small tank in a cooler with a couple of ice packs for a minutes or two to make sure you get a good fill. You should get 5 good fills from a 20 oz if you chill the 3.5 oz properly
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