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stockninja05 05-29-2007 09:46 PM

cocker question
 
Should I use a high pressure or low pressure tank? Thanks for your help.

BulldogPaintball 05-29-2007 10:04 PM

That would depend on how you have it setup. If the operating pressure is running above 250 psi, then I would go with a high pressure tank.

Wycke 05-29-2007 10:36 PM

For the most part, you'll be better off with a high pressure tank. Low pressure HPA tanks are really designed for markers designed specifically for low pressure use (ie: most electros). Even e-framed 'Cockers will likely work better with a high pressure tank and a good inline reg (ie: PPS Stab, AKA Sidewinder or the like). Remember, you can always regulate pressure down, but you can't regulate it up (as in, an 850 PSI tank can be tuned down to 400 PSI with most any decent inline reg, but a 450 PSI tank is only going to put out 450 PSI regardless of the reg in between - if your gun works at 450 or below, you're fine, but if not, you're SOL...)

sdawg 05-30-2007 09:26 AM

High Pressure

SpyyMarket1978 05-31-2007 08:13 PM

Adjustable air systems are good way to go also. My brother and I run our Autocockers with Air America Apocalypse air systems. They weigh a ton, but help the marker shoot +/- 2 over the chronograph.


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