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Posted 02 November 2006 - 03:33 PM

Alright, I play a lot of outlaw games and I was wondering whats more impotant a chrono or a Co2 weight station thingy the reason I ask about the weight station is because I fill my own tanks out of a big tank we get from the nearest Linweld and they always say on the tanks don't overfill. I haven't had any problems with tanks and I've been doing it for over a year I don't know wether I'm just getting lucky or what. Also we go to a field every once in a while so I get all my guns chronoed there so I don't know whats more important. Please help I dont want to keep playing if its unsafe for me and all my friends.
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Posted 02 November 2006 - 04:07 PM

They both are important. You can get a cheap scale for fewer than 10 dollars. A chrono will be about 60-250 depending on what you get. If you overfill a tank, the burst disk will fail, and then all you need to do is replace the burst disk. If your velocity is too high, then people can get seriously injured. So, get both and make everyone happy. :D
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Post icon  Posted 02 November 2006 - 04:08 PM

Getting trained on how to fill tanks should be at the top of your list.

You could kill someone without the 'knowhow'.

90% of paintball related deaths are due to improperly filled tanks........
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Posted 02 November 2006 - 04:11 PM

the chrono is very important - safety right. You can find digital scales cheap that will work until you get enough for a proper scale. Just make sure you can read in ounces. If you don't buy a scale you can fill CO2 in any tank and not over fill if you don't purge or freeze them first.

I have never seen a CO2 tank that when hooked up and filled without any chilling exceed the maximum limit. I have filled probably 4000 tanks. Or let the other guys pitch in because I imagine you give them good cost.

My fill station at home has 2 prices. One for a group that pitched in and one for neighbourhood kids.
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Posted 02 November 2006 - 04:37 PM

Were can I learn to fill tanks and were can I get a good Co2 scale for no more than 35 and a good chrono for about 100 to 120
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Posted 02 November 2006 - 04:56 PM

Walmart has digital fishing scales for around that. I use this as a back up.

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I use the pmi scale. Reads quickly and in ounces if you want.

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