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Old 02-13-2013, 03:59 PM   #16
hisxlency
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Very true pal. I have ready stories of tanks going nuts and over dosing and killing the livestock. As a paintball player this happens when the tank is near being bone dry and it cycles itself and dumps the last remaining co2. This can be avoided by having a few tanks on hand and being proactive before it happens. I have 2 tanks already for this purpose
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