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Old 02-24-2013, 09:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Best co2 tank that fits the RAP4 Flexi-Air stock?



I have this on my Phenom with a 13/3000 for when I play indoors, but I want to purchase a few co2 tanks for woodsball without hurting my wallet. Rap4 makes a 5 and 7 oz tank that are perfect, but for the price, I could just buy three or more 3.5/4oz tanks.

does anyone know which 3.5/4oz co2 tanks have a diameter of less than two inches?
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all the aluminum 3.5's are under slightly under 2".... and shouldn't ever need hydro'd

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I use a old 9 oz brass eagle with anti siphon sticks out the back when retracted back when in use it all even, but i do have a on/off adapter on it and it adds a little length to it. It is a bit snug. Also a extreme rage 4 oz tank fits the stock good also. I dont know if its the same stock but i got it from rap4 and it said for a 5oz tank

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I use a old 9 oz brass eagle with anti siphon sticks out the back when retracted back when in use it all even, but i do have a on/off adapter on it and it adds a little length to it. It is a bit snug. Also a extreme rage 4 oz tank fits the stock good also. I dont know if its the same stock but i got it from rap4 and it said for a 5oz tank
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Is the on/off or an anti-syphon necessary?
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Is the on/off or an anti-syphon necessary?
No neither is necessary but i would recommend an anti-siphon if you can get it. It will help with some of the spikes from liquid getting in you valve. Where the tank will be running straight with the marker instead from a angle or without a expansion chamber. The on/off is just to make it easier, i dont have to take the tank off when we are done playing just turn it off and shoot out any gas in gun.

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