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03 October 2010 - 06:12 PMI'd say it's great for a spraypaint job.
unrelated question Do you plug in a remote where the steel braided hose normally comes out? You don't have an ASA on that puppy.
Ha no I dont have a remote line, I normally have the ASA on (I took it off to paint) but sometimes I just screw in the tank how it is.
22 April 2010 - 04:28 PMYea in my opinion, He couldn't really mess up because anything was better than black (as far as camouflage goes).
05 April 2009 - 05:37 PMInteresting, thanks for all the help guys.
05 April 2009 - 01:11 PMActually it depends, running your CO2 straight into the tombstone also has an advantage in that the tank is positioned vertically. Compared to a bottomline setup you may actually get less liquid CO2 into the marker.
I guess that makes sense, the liquid would be at the bottom of the tank and all the gas would be at the top.
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