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Old 02-02-2013, 05:56 PM   #11 (permalink)
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oh wow thats a lot of info. Way to make a new guys head pop!

Only issue i see is there is infact some markers that hate hpa. z1's love liquid co2 for example. My alley cat would refuse to run hpa no matter how i tuned it but feed it some liquid and it would shoot great.
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thats why I said no "current" markers require the use of hpa, and yes, I know some markers run better on co2 but typically that is an output pressure issue over anything else

yes I will be adding the spire at some point, probably take off the pinokio considering they are getting harder and harder to find
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Pinokio still makes hoppers.. and they still do service to there old ones (for free) I'll call them in the morning to double check, I will remove the contents of this post if i find that they are no longer in Biz.
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Wow, that's quite an impressive write up.
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One thing to add to the "Markers" section is information about getting an older, used mid- to high-end marker (in terms of quality) at an entry-level price. That is, it would be nice information to have as a new player, assuming that you're not limiting this guide to new-only equipment.
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another thing to remember about air systems is that HPA won't work on all markers (like older ones that need liquid CO2) and that most places seem to be getting rid of the use of CO2 vs. HPA
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Pinokio still makes hoppers.. and they still do service to there old ones (for free) I'll call them in the morning to double check, I will remove the contents of this post if i find that they are no longer in Biz.
they are not out of business but it has been well over a year since they said they were going to release the F1 and we are still waiting, ANS has put the back stock of the original pinokios on sale and most sites do not carry them anymore

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One thing to add to the "Markers" section is information about getting an older, used mid- to high-end marker (in terms of quality) at an entry-level price. That is, it would be nice information to have as a new player, assuming that you're not limiting this guide to new-only equipment.
i mentioned it, in my opinion its a bad idea the majority of the time

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another thing to remember about air systems is that HPA won't work on all markers (like older ones that need liquid CO2) and that most places seem to be getting rid of the use of CO2 vs. HPA
there are no markers currently made that require co2, I am not going to bother mentioning that there were a few markers made, probably before these new players were born that required liquid co2. it will do nothing but confuse them
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