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Old 03-23-2013, 06:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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pps male stab vs fatty

Which one is better with co2? And or overall better?
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Fatty is for low pressure applications typically not for CO2.

If you are running a modern electro, Fatty is one of the best regulators money can buy. Only competition is the 2liter.

If you are running anything on CO2, the Stabilizer is the best regulator money can buy.

This stuff is a little subjective, but almost everyone will agree that the stabilizer is the way to go for CO2 applications.
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Fatty is for low pressure applications typically not for CO2.

If you are running a modern electro, Fatty is one of the best regulators money can buy. Only competition is the 2liter.

If you are running anything on CO2, the Stabilizer is the best regulator money can buy.

This stuff is a little subjective, but almost everyone will agree that the stabilizer is the way to go for CO2 applications.
What about a low pressure CO2 setup? I only ask because I'm looking into a 12g setup for my eNMEy and I'm not sure how well the stock reg will hold up long term to CO2 use.
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They say it can run CO2 from the factory. Try it stock.

edit again... It looks like the relief valve on the eNMEy is built into their regulator. Get a regular stabilizer since it will also have a relief valve to protect your gun and the reg itself.

Or try it stock.

OR get a female stabilizer on the grip, and run that into the stock GOG reg..that will probably be the best possible. Dual regulation on CO2 is domination for consistency. Experiment.
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