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Old 08-24-2010, 08:10 PM   #11 (permalink)
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As long as you reg it corretly shouldn't it be fine?
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Old 08-24-2010, 09:07 PM   #12 (permalink)
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It should be okay. No serious damage will occur that is for sure.
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Old 08-24-2010, 10:26 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Main reason that CCM recommends only HPA is the seal on the valve pin, it is a bunha o-ring and they dont love co2. HPA will w/o a doubt be the best option, but if you want to run a little co2 thru it its not gonna kill it, just dont rip on the AT like an animal and avoid leaning the gun forward for prolonged periods of time to keep the liquid from filling the reg and valve up. I blew out the o-rings on my HAVOC this weekend by being a dumby and tipping it down when i aired on the tank valve and it blew the o-rings right out, my fault.
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Old 08-24-2010, 10:29 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Why not fill 12oz with the 850psi of air from your hpa tank?
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Old 08-24-2010, 10:49 PM   #16 (permalink)
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How are you going to regulate it to only 850 psi? In other words, bad idea for safety reasons. Also, 12 oz at 850 psi will be quite a bit less air than say a 13/3000 so I don't even know if you'll get 40 shots out of it.
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Putting hpa in a co2 tank is just crazy talk. If you did that. It might be considered a bomb. Therefore, You could run to the other side of the field, take out yourself, and maybe the other team. Therefore, you took one for the team. Then your team can go grab the flag and win the game.
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Why not fill 12oz with the 850psi of air from your hpa tank?
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How are you going to regulate it to only 850 psi? In other words, bad idea for safety reasons. Also, 12 oz at 850 psi will be quite a bit less air than say a 13/3000 so I don't even know if you'll get 40 shots out of it.
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Putting hpa in a co2 tank is just crazy talk. If you did that. It might be considered a bomb. Therefore, You could run to the other side of the field, take out yourself, and maybe the other team. Therefore, you took one for the team. Then your team can go grab the flag and win the game.


A it wont work hardly at all, because volume is what matters in this case, not pressure, it will basically be like you shooting from a co2 tank thats out of co2

B its not hard to do, all you gotta do it attach an asa to you tank, and an asa to the co2 tank, the HPA tank wont fill the co2 tank past the regulated output of the reg , you cant put 1000 psi into something when the filler is less than that

C its not that dangerous, just impractical, and in-effective, its not dangerous because your not exceeding the structural limits of the tank, youd need to break 1500 PSI to start making things dangerous, and thats what burst disks are for

D, running co2 isnt gonna hurt anything. gas is gas, is gas... buena doesnt react any differently to the gas from CO2, liquid might cause problems, but its not gonna cause any irreparable harm

ive run co2 through many regs that werent "designed" for co2, they just get cold, ive even run electros off Co2, and im still alive to tell the tale, and the gun didnt break either and if your wondering, it was a matrix, which is FULL of buena o-rings

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Old 08-25-2010, 04:11 AM   #19 (permalink)
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if you run co2, change the macroline to a braided line.
Other than that, donīt foresee much problems, unless you go AT:ing 10bps.
(yes Iīve seen that done with a t2)
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A it wont work hardly at all, because volume is what matters in this case, not pressure, it will basically be like you shooting from a co2 tank thats out of co2

B its not hard to do, all you gotta do it attach an asa to you tank, and an asa to the co2 tank, the HPA tank wont fill the co2 tank past the regulated output of the reg , you cant put 1000 psi into something when the filler is less than that

C its not that dangerous, just impractical, and in-effective, its not dangerous because your not exceeding the structural limits of the tank, youd need to break 1500 PSI to start making things dangerous, and thats what burst disks are for

D, running co2 isnt gonna hurt anything. gas is gas, is gas... buena doesnt react any differently to the gas from CO2, liquid might cause problems, but its not gonna cause any irreparable harm

ive run co2 through many regs that werent "designed" for co2, they just get cold, ive even run electros off Co2, and im still alive to tell the tale, and the gun didnt break either and if your wondering, it was a matrix, which is FULL of buena o-rings

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Why not just buy a 13/3000 instead of multiple ASA's, fittings, and hose? $60 and you don't have to worry about anything. Using your method, most paintball tanks output < 850 psi so getting 1000 psi into one using this method is impossible with a typical tank these days.

Now the way most people would try to fill a CO2 tank with air would be to use a normal 3k fill station and attempt to only fill it to 1000 psi which is dangerous. There is a burst disc for over-pressurization but I'd rather not count on it. Lets just say it is a stupid idea and move on.
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