co2 regulators for small cartridges

Discussion in 'Weapons & Pneumatics' started by Captain obvious, Sep 25, 2016.

  1. Captain obvious

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    I would be interested in at least 3 or 4 depending on price.
     
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    I'd be interested in one.
     
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    Nah plenty of people getting rid of RTB because of the seal issues (easy to fix). But a Battlers option would be sweet! I would probably be lighter than RTB!
     
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    So excited you'll be floatin' on air. LOL :laugh:
     
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    OK is everyone cool with the 1/8" NPT reg. or do we want it to be a direct pierce?
     
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    If you go that route you could drop the built in ASA and offer the NPT version with the ASA or piercing adapters as a package.

    This the ASA adapter I'm using on my Holly nitrous reg conversion. Very lightweight.

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    I used that same adapter when I had the old brass Western reg.
     
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    Pardon my ignorance, does the capsule need a thread or not?
     
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    The regulator body will have an 1/8" NPT for the supply side.
    This would allow to make many type adapters from ASA to 3/8-24 and 1/2-20 piercing adapters maybe a "Y" splitter for 2 piercing adapters, etc....
     
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