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Posted 09 October 2007 - 08:29 PM

ok here's a question, if i buy a tippmann low pressure kit and dont use the low pressure bolt but use a howitzer bolt ( http://www.hotshotpaintball.com/merchant2/...Product_Count=6 ) and a palmer stablizer kit ( http://www.hotshotpaintball.com/merchant2/...Product_Count=1 ) will it work and how well will it work. i have heard great things about palmer and great things about the low pressure kit and great things about the howitzer bolt, :wacko: bt how well will they work in unison???? thanks guys!!! :panzer: :panzer:
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Posted 09 October 2007 - 08:42 PM

Well, the howitzer bolt is a replacement for the front bolt. It's the REAR bolt that needs changing for low pressure usage. So you can use BOTH the LPK bolt (rear) and the Howitzer bolt (front) together. And yes, the Palmer's stabilizer works fine with the LPK.

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Posted 11 October 2007 - 09:00 PM

just to let you know, there have been tests done that prove that there is only one front bolt that actually improves accuracy and performance over the stock bolt, so IMO its pointless to try and fix something that isn't broken. you can find the test on A5OG, I'm not sure the exact link but I'm sure theres someone here who remembers this test.

and just to throw in my 2 cents. Why try and make an A-5 LP? besides the fact that Tippmann considers 350 PSI LP, as opposed to 850 PSI I don't see the advantage of dropping the 100+ dollars to make the switch, but then again I have never used the product so I'm a bit biased

you are right in saying that Palmer stabalizers rock, especially since they can run on CO2 and HPA

good luck with your product shopping spree you are apparently about to do and I hope I've helped


reason for edit: checked Jack Rocks LPK anwsered some Q's and helped rectify some misinformation

This post has been edited by Galihad: 11 October 2007 - 09:07 PM

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