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Post icon  Posted 05 March 2010 - 04:10 PM

Ok So, being the dummy I am, I never noticed this one minor thing in all the reviews I've read. :huh:

It says in the manual/paper thingy for the "quick setup/chronograph", step 1 is to "set the pressure going into your marker to 800 psi".

So first I was a little confused- how the heck to tell if it's @ 800?

Then I read around and it seems I need an entire air tank with a regulator output of around 800 psi. Correct??

So now I have a few questions-

Will it run at all with a lower input pressure?

My current tank is a Guerrilla Air 68/4500 with Myth reg, which I read on the GA site has an output of 600/650.
I saw the mod kits you can buy to change the reg to a higher output, but I really don't want to fool with it.Which leads to the next questions:

What are some tanks with the correct regulators and still a good recharge rate?

How about building my own tank- What are some good stand-alone regs in the correct psi range?
What about adjustable regulators?
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Posted 08 March 2010 - 10:07 PM

Ok.
Made some calls and got it pretty much figured out.
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