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post #1 of 32 (permalink) Old 12-02-2008, 04:35 PM Thread Starter
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The Best Paintball CO2 Regulator In The World.

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We have also added a few new paintball regulators that are a little more compact.

This is Atomic V2 with solenoid, there is an optional without solenoid.


This is a prototype version of our CGA320 model with solenoid.



This is our Nano 95g kit. The cylinder stand is a solid machined block of aluminum with a rubber oring grip for the cylinder. The best....
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Just a quick comment on how happy I am with this system. I finally set it up after having it sit around for a year, and I'm thrilled with the accuracy and the overall craftsmanship. Worth every penny in my opinion.

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Just a quick comment on how happy I am with this system. I finally set it up after having it sit around for a year, and I'm thrilled with the accuracy and the overall craftsmanship. Worth every penny in my opinion.
Thank you very much
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post #5 of 32 (permalink) Old 03-15-2012, 11:29 PM
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how long on average do you think a 20 or 24oz paintball tank last for a 16 gal and for a 55 gal? I am very interested in purchasing the regulator in the first picture off of your site, I hear you make good stuff.
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In a 16g tank its hard to say exactly. I would expect 1-2 months. On a 55g I would not even consider this size, its just to small and co2 will add up. It would be best to go with a minimal 5lb cylinder.
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I also have the first regulator. I've been running it 8 months without any issues. The only way to go if you are going to do paintball IMO.
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Thank you folks! Im hoping the new Atomic V3 will be ready to go in couple weeks.

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is the output pressure adjustable or fixed?
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Fixed readable working pressure with PRV valve. V3 CGA320 will be in stock in a few days!
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I am interested in this. I mostly deal with nano tanks so I don't need a big 5lb tank and like the paintball tanks. I have a ASA on/off valve paintball co2 system right now and when the tank is at high pressures the bubble rate is very inconsistent and I find myself having to adjust it every hour. Will this system keep the bubble rate constant? Also how does this fit onto a 20oz tank? Do you just screw the nut down?
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Hi radioman. This paintball system will stay consistent so no need to adjust unless plant mass demands more co2. All you need to do is thread the regulator on as instructed per the manual. Its really easy to install and not much to it. After your first time you realize how simple it is to install and set up.
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I love this product so much. I haven't had any problems with it yet and don't expect to.
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I love this product so much. I haven't had any problems with it yet and don't expect to.
Same here, love mine! Looks great too, I keep mine on display as opposed to hiding a possibly ugly regulator. When GLA gets their shipment, I've been eyeing a 2nd setup. Quality products and great service from GLA.


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I just got mine and I gotta say I agree with everyone! Great product
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