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Old October 19th, 2009, 02:37   #1
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Advice for prope nooby

So iv decided to start using prope in my GBBs to save cost and I'm wondering what some basic ground rules of using prope is.
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Old October 19th, 2009, 02:38   #2
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Don't fill your mags next to a bon fire?

Don't inhale the vapor coming off the mags?

Do not eat, Do not smoke, do not put in eyes?

Oh yea and 2 drops of 1.5wt silicon in under the propane adapter every 6-8 mag fills.
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Old October 19th, 2009, 02:43   #3
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Don't fill your mags next to a bon fire?

Don't inhale the vapor coming off the mags?

Do not eat, Do not smoke, do not put in eyes?

Oh yea and 2 drops of 1.5wt in under the propane adapter every 6-8 mag fills.
haha... Ok so lube up...must remeber not to smoke it
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Old October 19th, 2009, 02:44   #4
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Old October 19th, 2009, 02:53   #5
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Wow... Makes me think bout the prope ignighting by the heater at trek haha...
So basicly don't do stupid shit, and lube it up.

Will I get a fps increase/decrease with it over green gas
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Old October 19th, 2009, 03:08   #6
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Wow... Makes me think bout the prope ignighting by the heater at trek haha...
So basicly don't do stupid shit, and lube it up.

Will I get a fps increase/decrease with it over green gas
propane IS green gas.

It's the EXACT same thing, only green gas has traces of silicon mixed into it.. and is about 20X the price of propane.
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Old October 19th, 2009, 03:21   #7
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propane IS green gas.

It's the EXACT same thing, only green gas has traces of silicon mixed into it.. and is about 20X the price of propane.
+ the fact that it does not have the scent required by law.

Biggest thing I would say, DO NOT SHOOT INDOOR, unless your window are wide open and air is circulating, basement is really bad idea. Propane trucks arent allow to go to basement parking for a reason, propane sticks around basement (really, the room I shot 2 weeks ago still smell bad, oh and thats with circulation)
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Yea.. my basement still smells like farts from the zombie shoot competition I did with my pistol
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Yea.. my basement still smells like farts from the zombie shoot competition I did with my pistol
thats why I shoot in Garage (with the garage door open approx 3/4 of a feet (propane sinks to the floor remember?)
Only problems for garage is you need to ensure ventailation, hopefully you wont shoot to the point there 5-10% of air is propane, if thats the case, GET OUT, cause thats a combustable %, at any case you might have a severe headache.
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Yea.. my basement still smells like farts from the zombie shoot competition I did with my pistol
Lol... Grab a can of axe or somthing haha... Or burn candles... See how that works out
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Lol... Grab a can of axe or somthing haha... Or burn candles... See how that works out
the only thing that actually works is acetone, I'm not kidding, amonia also works, but both makes me wanna throw up. Axe is worse, (Im alleregic to it)
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If you have proper ventilation, like an open window, the smell dissipates quickly.
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