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30 Dec 2009 - 17:01
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30 December 2009 - 04:18 PMIt's not just consistency at high rates of fire. I've frosted a CO2 tank using a bone stock Alley Cat back in the day ( in Florida no less, ) and that only took 20 shots at 5 bps. HPA is just consistent in all conditions, period.
I still rock the Alley Cat everyonce in a while, especially for CQB games.
29 December 2009 - 03:59 PMyeah im in south carolina, and playing in the heat of summer isnt really an issue that ive seen in the past. and ive just finally switched out and got myself a remote line, so pouring the liquid co2 into the marker shouldnt be an issue any longer. as for the high end markers, its unlikely ill be getting one any time in the near future, prolly stick with my 98 for now.
I hadnt planned on purchasing fill stations for either setup, as there are multiple local shops that can fill both types on tanks, so thats not a consideration, as far as my personal use is concerned. I may try HPA if i can can find a bottle 2nd hand or i can get someone to let me borrow theirs for an afternoon.
28 December 2009 - 05:24 PMA co2 tank is cheaper and you dont have to worry about hydro...thats about it.
If you are getting larger bottles and refilling at field then a scuba tank is something youll have to buy...when you can just rent co2 from a place like airgas but the costs will even themselves out since co2 fill are more expensive.
Basically get hpa its worth the initial investment.
Hydro? what do you mean?
27 December 2009 - 07:20 PMSpecial Ops Scout Vest
26 December 2009 - 06:23 PMah wish i woulda seen this sooner. woulda been fun
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