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Old May 28th, 2010, 01:49   #31
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Ive had two TM DEs, one lasted forever on propane, and the other only broke the stock nozzle after a metal slide upgrade and enhanced recoil springs, and a guarder enhanced nozzle fixes that, but with stock plastic slide, there shouldnt be an issue
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Old May 28th, 2010, 16:34   #32
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you want the 8oz Blow off which is also the non-flammable 134a.



http://www.blowoff.com/msds/134amsds.html

CAVEAT: Do not get the green label Blow off that is in the 10oz large bottles. Those contain Ethane,11,-Difluoro ie 152a.
So this is "the good stuff"? Who knew?

I should be restocking the 8oz early next week.
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Old May 28th, 2010, 16:37   #33
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Get Super Duster 134 from MG Chemicals. Good and cheap. Tons of distributors all over the place for this stuff.

http://www.mgchemicals.com/distribut...ada/index.html


And any TM gun can take propane without issues. Certain WA guns can as well with a flow restrictor installed. Running other Japanese guns like Tanaka on propane, you may as well just smash your gun with a hammer and get it over with in one shot.
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Old June 3rd, 2010, 19:22   #34
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Well,

This blow off thing seems to be the good stuff (although I read the whole label and it doesn't say if it's difluo or tetrafluo)

The only thing is that the orange 8 oz labelled one says that it's extremely flammable.

Any idea?
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Old June 5th, 2010, 23:54   #35
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I wouldn't put something labelled as extremely flammable in one of my mag...

*EDIT* Yep, but what I meant is if the company itself has a product called "Non-flammable Duster" that is hfc134, the flammable one is probably not hfc134, sorry for being unclear!

Unless someone can find a trustable source that says this thing is really hfc134a?
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Old June 6th, 2010, 00:01   #36
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I wouldn't put something labelled as extremely flammable in one of my mag...

Unless someone can find a trustable source that says this thing is really hfc134a?
Apparently you're not familiar with our good friend propane.

Shit do they still teach Hydrocarbons at school?


1-1 Difluoroethane is flammable because there are only two Fluorine atoms joined to one of the carbons and thus it still highly reactive with open flame and spark. Therefor if the can says flammable its HFC152a most likely.

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Old June 6th, 2010, 00:07   #37
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I wouldn't put something labelled as extremely flammable in one of my mag...

Unless someone can find a trustable source that says this thing is really hfc134a?
Most people in Canada and around the world do.

Whether it be propane or green gas (which is really just propane).
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Old June 6th, 2010, 11:41   #38
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1-1 Difluoroethane is flammable because there are only two Fluorine atoms joined to one of the carbons and thus it still highly reactive with open flame and spark. Therefor if the can says flammable its HFC152a most likely.
Yeah, that's what I thought (and what I meant)
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Old October 12th, 2013, 02:10   #39
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Just to let some of your guys know. I found a place in Canada called Memory Express that sells 10oz cans of duster. Priced at 10$, they have local stores mostly on the west side of canada.
Here's a link.
http://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/MX24944

I know this forum is inactive but just adding in what I found out.

For me and TM pistols, after the basic upgrades. TM mags still work with propane, make sure you keep them lubbed and all that jazz.

Hope this helps
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Old August 11th, 2014, 13:09   #40
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Don't mean to necro but I wanted to see if anyone new an updated place where I can find proper duster gas, other than having it order, in Ontario. Needed some for some guns
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Old August 11th, 2014, 14:40   #41
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Don't mean to necro but I wanted to see if anyone new an updated place where I can find proper duster gas, other than having it order, in Ontario. Needed some for some guns
Check Sayal Electronics (http://www.sayal.com/zinc/zinc_searc...&title=DUSTERS).

They have different locations around the GTA. I got mine at the Victoria Park store.
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Old August 11th, 2014, 15:38   #42
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Thanks fenrir, I'll check out the store tomorrow. They apparently have 50+ cans so I'll try and pick some up
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