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PostSubject: hpa refill?   April 11th 2010, 11:55

what part do i need to fill my air tank from my compressor? thanks!
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PostSubject: Re: hpa refill?   April 11th 2010, 16:17

you cant, a compressor designed to use with pneumatic tools will not create enough pressure to fill a HPA tank. And if you are using a Co2 Tank you cant fill it with a compressor cause they are different gasses.


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PostSubject: Re: hpa refill?   April 11th 2010, 17:25

If you want to fill an air tank at home or something, you have two options. Either buy a ridiculously expensive 3000PSI air compressor, or buy a scuba tank and a fill station (I like Ninja's). The second option should only run you $150 at most, look on Craigslist for cheap scuba tanks.
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PostSubject: Re: hpa refill?   April 11th 2010, 17:30

lol i just got a new hpa sytsem (fiber wrapped not steel) and i'll look into the scuba tank idea thank you!
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