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Old 01-21-2014, 02:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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AT-10 on 12 grams?

Is it possible/sensible to run an ATS marker, in this case an AT-10, off of a 12 gram? I would include an expansion chamber and/or a regulator between the 12ie and the ASA to reduce the likliehood of liquid CO2 entering the marker.

I'm interested in using mine as a sidearm so it would not see heavy use and would exclusively rock out in semiauto mode. I know that someone had played with the idea a while back (Raptor perhaps?) But the thread didn't really say if it was a workable option. What are yall's thoughts?
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Is it possible/sensible to run an ATS marker, in this case an AT-10, off of a 12 gram? I would include an expansion chamber and/or a regulator between the 12ie and the ASA to reduce the likliehood of liquid CO2 entering the marker.

I'm interested in using mine as a sidearm so it would not see heavy use and would exclusively rock out in semiauto mode. I know that someone had played with the idea a while back (Raptor perhaps?) But the thread didn't really say if it was a workable option. What are yall's thoughts?

Yes it can be done, but you will get about 18-20 shots.

Here is a link to one I made:

Full auto ATS stand alone paintball marker - YouTube

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Stand alone CQB ATS
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Awesome, thanks man. I was pretty sure it was your work I was thinking of. That shot count is fine, it would be used as a backup and for clearing buildings at my local field (they only permit pistols under 250fps inside). Did you encounter any longevity problems with your setup and do you think the regulator is required?
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Awesome, thanks man. I was pretty sure it was your work I was thinking of. That shot count is fine, it would be used as a backup and for clearing buildings at my local field (they only permit pistols under 250fps inside). Did you encounter any longevity problems with your setup and do you think the regulator is required?
You will need the inline regulator for sure. I could not get the marker to work without it.

I only used the setup for a few games as it was more of an experiment but it worked fine. I probably put about 200 balls through it without issue.

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