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Re: [APD] no oil in paintball CO2
It might have gotten started because there is oil in the gas used for
On 6/16/05, Jim Miller <jim at jtmiller_com> wrote:
> when i lived in sacramento i visited http://www.palmer-pursuit.com who is
> the grand daddy of the paintball activity. i asked to see how they filled
> their tanks and what the source of the co2 was.
> there is no oil added. the co2 came from the same tanks you see on the
> of trucks delivered for all sorts of industrial purposes.
> i don't know how this legend got started. the guns themselves do get oil
> them for obvious reasons but the source isn't the refilling of the co2
> palmer makes the microrock which is a regulator and is well suited to
> aquarium use if you're not worried about money ($50) and comes in colors
> refilling tiny things often is comparatively expensive.
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