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Today 05:03 AM
mr one in EU shops its hard to find a ASA on/off... gonna try one more time, this setup would kinda fit nicely near my 45 litres tank
Today 12:42 AM
andrewq Very cool colors. I like the blue bubble counter. Im jealous!

Here's mine. Not running, because I just depleted all the co2 by mistake. I still have my fingers though, lol.
Today 12:29 AM
newbieplanter
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Originally Posted by FlyingHellFish View Post
I'm too ashamed to say.
I dont care i like it, i was lookin for a set up like that awhile back. Im guessin anyone who goes this route is trying to save, i figure either way u r gonna spend spend spend lol. Its a HOBBY enjoy it.
Today 12:22 AM
FlyingHellFish I'm too ashamed to say.
Yesterday 11:57 PM
newbieplanter
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Originally Posted by FlyingHellFish View Post
Keep your paintball tanks and just get a normal regulator with an adapter, you now can go with paintball or cylinder! Plus, you can put it on a timer.

An tha price is? For that set up?
Yesterday 11:50 PM
FlyingHellFish Keep your paintball tanks and just get a normal regulator with an adapter, you now can go with paintball or cylinder! Plus, you can put it on a timer.

Yesterday 10:05 PM
newbieplanter
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Originally Posted by mr one View Post
Hi there, im kinda new to theese co2 systems but have been reading about this a lot and much more so wanted to know maybe someone from europe could link me into some shops that sells ASA on/off valve? tried to look around but didnt found any of them ( or it might be i was searching with wrong keywords). Also found that in my country they have for sale on/off valves but they look different than those been used in this thread

Thanks
It dont matter what it looks like jus as long as serves pourpose, also paintball shops carry them too thats where i got mine from.
Yesterday 09:49 PM
Hilde
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Originally Posted by mr one View Post
yeap, and i could get from there but unfortunately i cant, because of some a bit dumb laws that can make me pay twice for the same item
If no responses for this thread. Do an advanced search of members near you and ask them via private message.
Yesterday 09:18 PM
mr one
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Originally Posted by Hilde View Post
Have you tried Ebay?
yeap, and i could get from there but unfortunately i cant, because of some a bit dumb laws that can make me pay twice for the same item
Yesterday 09:00 PM
Hilde
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Originally Posted by mr one View Post
Maybe someone from europe could link me into some shops that sells ASA on/off valve?
Have you tried Ebay?
Yesterday 08:14 PM
mr one Hi there, im kinda new to theese co2 systems but have been reading about this a lot and much more so wanted to know maybe someone from europe could link me into some shops that sells ASA on/off valve? tried to look around but didnt found any of them ( or it might be i was searching with wrong keywords). Also found that in my country they have for sale on/off valves but they look different than those been used in this thread

Thanks
03-26-2014 07:29 PM
herns the adapter for cga 320 and the reg was somehow leaking badly. Did everything I can but wont stop. I don't know if the threads of the adapter had issues. Got tired of refills. I returned the reg for refund.
03-26-2014 02:49 PM
FlyingHellFish
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I just thought Id like to share my first paintball Co2 setup for my 2G. Before this, I got an Intense regulator from HK but didnt work so well.
With some parts ready, I bought a Cornelius reg for $28 shipped and put them all together. This was taken during leak test and had been running for almost 2 mos now.

bad pic.

What was wrong with the intense? Did it work out?
03-25-2014 07:25 PM
herns
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Originally Posted by newbieplanter View Post
How come u didnt use the one of the DS regs u sold, too much weight?
That was too big for a paintball. I wanted something light yet have fully controlled on pressure.
03-25-2014 06:25 AM
newbieplanter
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Originally Posted by herns View Post
I just thought Id like to share my first paintball Co2 setup for my 2G. Before this, I got an Intense regulator from HK but didnt work so well.
With some parts ready, I bought a Cornelius reg for $28 shipped and put them all together. This was taken during leak test and had been running for almost 2 mos now.

bad pic.

How come u didnt use the one of the DS regs u sold, too much weight?
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