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Old 01-06-2013, 03:12 PM   #81 (permalink)
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The tinkerer in me will enjoy the adjusting; but will have to be with another reg. it could very well be that I have the lp spring in the reg; but if the hp ups it to only 500-600, I'm afraid it will still be too low. I'm on the hunt for that Stab now. Between the paintball stuff and car audio lying around this house (every closet, bookshelf, end table has some kinda surprise inside), it's bound to be a treasure hunt.

My name is Daniel; and I am a Hoarder.

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Old 01-06-2013, 03:15 PM   #82 (permalink)
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Well the ca reg is 0-600
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Old 01-06-2013, 03:29 PM   #83 (permalink)
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Old 01-06-2013, 04:09 PM   #84 (permalink)
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Found it!!!!

How's that reg working for you, Keebler? The CA is so much money, I'm glad I had some spare regs to work with. The packaging is definitely a plus with that reg you have. Mine is beginning to look a little Mad Max. The hose is a bit long, the changer is now on the stock. I'll throw up a pic; you guys can see the hodge-podge for yourselves.

Back to regs; I have the Stab on and set around 850psi via an HPA tank. Ran out of 12ies to test. Have to run by Wally World and pick up a box.

Btw, I understand that the temps must be playing a role in the amount of shots I'm getting. It's been between 20-40 degrees outside; a far cry from room temperature.
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It works great for me. And yes it is expensive. But it's the only way I can back bottle and dual reg at the same time. I have about a 1000 more shots to go before the reg is broken in if you are to take the advice off of the website
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Old 01-06-2013, 05:41 PM   #86 (permalink)
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I'm assuming the Stab I have is well broken in. :-D

I traded a brand spaking new female Stab for it; and it looks very well worn. Friggen nickle, too. I have to get me another bike grip to cover her up. Maybe get sone shrink tubing on the braided line.

Gimme a second. I'll get a pic on here of the ghetto fabulousness.
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Wish i understood all of this about the regs.
As i would love to bring down the operating pressure.
As this you mean more quieter marker, would be nice for some one to put a little kit together hint
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i wonder if it's practical to bring down the pressure, when the valve chamber is probably smaller volume than other nelsons.
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Old 01-06-2013, 06:09 PM   #89 (permalink)
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5+ lbs.


Close up of the air configuration. I had to use that on/off to suit the mount. Definitely a "what a waste" type piece here. Wth, it works, right?


Here's the hose in the folded position. Btw, I LOVE this hose/Eaton 90* on the Stab. It came from a Tippy 98 air-through stock kit. It is a compression type connection, rather than relying on a tapered 1/8" thread to make a seal. By no means a quick disconnect; but saves needing any sealant on the threads if I have to remove the Stab for any reason.


I wasn't a big fan of how thin the butt of the stock was. I had a couple skeleton stocks laying in the garage; so a butt was taken for the cause. The drill bit wandered a bit "slotting" the butt to accept the stock. Not my prettiest work. I locktighted some set screws in place; and cut/ ground the bolts down flush. I'll throw some JB Weld around the bolts to hide them, sand it, and throw some flat black on the butt when the weather allows.




How sexy, eh? :-D
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What is a nelson?
Whenever i Google it.
I just get loads of random markers thrown at me
Tippmans
Bts
Terraces etc
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