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Posted 03 April 2008 - 05:53 AM

i have an air american Armageddon asa, regulator, and tank. i want to find another asa that i can attach to my other guns. does anybody know where i can get one without having to buy another system? this is what im talking about
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Posted 03 April 2008 - 10:18 AM

While using the same tank? Only option is to buy another high end tank system that bolts directly on,like an AGD flatline or smart parts maxflo. I'd put up some WTB ads, especially on AO and MCB...

At that point though, removing a tank from a regulator is a pain, I'd just keep your current system on your marker and buy a new cheap HPA tank for everything else.

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Posted 03 April 2008 - 07:42 PM

View Postaqua_scummm, on Apr 3 2008, 01:18 PM, said:

While using the same tank? Only option is to buy another high end tank system that bolts directly on,like an AGD flatline or smart parts maxflo. I'd put up some WTB ads, especially on AO and MCB...

At that point though, removing a tank from a regulator is a pain, I'd just keep your current system on your marker and buy a new cheap HPA tank for everything else.

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Posted 03 April 2008 - 07:44 PM

If you get macro fittings with the quick disconnect collars, and whatever size allen key is needed to remove the Armageddon from the marker, you can transfer the Armageddon from one marker to another in under a minute easily.

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Posted 03 April 2008 - 07:56 PM

i would really like just another asa for my tank. but i have another question. for this tank to be filled, it had to be in the asa right. and only in the asa. so for me to fill it, its always gonna be on the gun?
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Posted 03 April 2008 - 08:04 PM

Incorrect. I have this same tank. It fills via the nipple (the one closest to the bottle), like all HPA tanks do. CO2 tanks fill via the ASA-threaded valve. So, if you remove the black regulator entirely, you can fill through the nipple with no leakage out of the valve. Either that, or loosen the end screw at the top of the regulator block, so the pressure drops to zero. This effectively turns the tank "off", and you can fill with no problem.

I have never come across an ASA threaded for the Armageddon, save the regulator block, which is already included. Your best bet is to call Air America, since they use what seems to be a proprietary threading, or at least a very rare one.

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Posted 03 April 2008 - 08:07 PM

Yea. I believe it has an on/off built in to it... if so, you can remove the entire thing and get that filled (with the thing off of course). If not, it needs to be kept on the marker to be filled and whenever it still has pressure in it. I'm quite sure it does have an on/off though.

But to get just the Armageddon ASA/reg is going to be hard to do, because I don't think many people would have a use for just the tank, so why would they sell just the ASA/reg?

It'll work out cheaper for you to get those macro fittings. Not to mention you can transfer the tank to another marker and still have air in it. If you just get a new ASA/reg, you'll need to empty the tank before transferring it.

That is unless I'm imagining how the Armageddon is set up wrongly.

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Posted 03 April 2008 - 08:16 PM

View PostJackRock, on Apr 3 2008, 11:04 PM, said:

Incorrect. I have this same tank. It fills via the nipple (the one closest to the bottle), like all HPA tanks do. CO2 tanks fill via the ASA-threaded valve. So, if you remove the black regulator entirely, you can fill through the nipple with no leakage out of the valve. Either that, or loosen the end screw at the top of the regulator block, so the pressure drops to zero. This effectively turns the tank "off", and you can fill with no problem.

I have never come across an ASA threaded for the Armageddon, save the regulator block, which is already included. Your best bet is to call Air America, since they use what seems to be a proprietary threading, or at least a very rare one.

well i took my tank off and went to a local pro shop to get it filled, they guy couldn't because the air was pouring out of the top of the regulator on the tank. he asked me if i had the asa and i said no. so i have to have the tank on the gun to get it filled. which i think is stupid
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