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Old February 10th, 2014, 16:38   #16
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Well everything seems answered..

You can find most regulators at paintball stores.. Badlands, PaintballGear, etc. I would only recommend to stick with Palmers + Redline fire base though. No experiences with other ones..

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Old February 11th, 2014, 02:16   #17
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Thanks for your very interesting input mates!


Links to those low pressure regulators would be most welcome!


This topic is occupying much of my thoughts...

Thou I am a flaming noob as it comes to airsoft, I don't totally suck at irl shooting.
I am curious about air as it may make more practice accessible.

At least in my mind

I run a simple compressor to test all my Marui, WE, WA gbbrs, saves a lot of gas (and smell), and much more efficient. Great for testing and plinking, shots and recoil also more consistent:

WE M4 Real Steel Build Fire Testing (AIRSOFT) - YouTube

Hera Arms Glock Kit with Marui G18C in Action (AIRSOFT) - YouTube
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Old February 11th, 2014, 02:55   #18
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These folks have essentially all you need, possible even the mag. They're great, ship quick and top notch in my books.

Converted mags -
http://natechdev.com/?product_cat=hp...rted-magazines

Fill nipple bit, this is the part you will need to drill and tap into your mag:
http://natechdev.com/?product=quick-...ct-male-nipple

And the regulator:
http://natechdev.com/?product=firebase-air-regulator

All you need is an HPA tank, for that I suggest going to your local paintball shop.
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Old February 11th, 2014, 12:55   #19
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These folks have essentially all you need, possible even the mag. They're great, ship quick and top notch in my books.

Converted mags -
http://natechdev.com/?product_cat=hp...rted-magazines

Fill nipple bit, this is the part you will need to drill and tap into your mag:
http://natechdev.com/?product=quick-...ct-male-nipple

And the regulator:
http://natechdev.com/?product=firebase-air-regulator

All you need is an HPA tank, for that I suggest going to your local paintball shop.
Interesting, nice find.

Those redline fire bases are standard pricing btw if you decide to order them, @OP.

I would suggest a nice Carbon Fiber Ninja HPA tank. Very light weight, and holds quite a lot of air.
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Old February 13th, 2014, 03:23   #20
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Tapping the magazine isn't necessary. HPA rigs are popular for steel plate shooting in Japan, as magazine changes aren't a requirement. They'll typically run their magazines at full capacity (31+1 rounds) and reload in between rounds.

As far as accuracy goes, HPA setups are the most consistent way to get gas pressure output. Japanese competitive shooting organizations have completely different outlooks on their sport than anywhere else in the world, and as such, I wouldn't consider such a setup in any other country.
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