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KAJUMBO
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SLP regulator

Post by KAJUMBO » Thu May 05, 2016 10:00 am

I have a SLP regulator with what says is a tournament lock built in . My question is will that work or do i still need the orange tournament lock for it??

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Re: SLP regulator

Post by Sprout » Wed May 11, 2016 12:36 pm

KAJUMBO wrote:I have a SLP regulator with what says is a tournament lock built in . My question is will that work or do i still need the orange tournament lock for it??
That regulator works and does have a tourny lock built in the adjustment handle must be pulled up to adjust pressure. We lock it down so that it can not be turned.
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Re: SLP regulator

Post by KAJUMBO » Wed May 11, 2016 1:07 pm

Thanks for the info

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Re: SLP regulator

Post by kileyhaz » Thu May 12, 2016 5:04 pm

Sprout,
Is it safe to say as long as you guys can slip a zip lock into the tournament lock to tamper proof it for the weekend its good? I have a Wolverine Storm.
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Re: SLP regulator

Post by Sprout » Fri May 13, 2016 5:04 pm

kileyhaz wrote:Sprout,
Is it safe to say as long as you guys can slip a zip lock into the tournament lock to tamper proof it for the weekend its good? I have a Wolverine Storm.
As long as I can zip tie something that covers the regulator adjustment screw completely so that it can not be access you will be fine. I have seen some guys bring old prescription bottles with slots cut out so that they cover the holes. If it doesn't you don't play with that gun. Period. There is no wiggle room on this.
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Re: SLP regulator

Post by kileyhaz » Mon May 23, 2016 12:39 pm

Sprout wrote:
kileyhaz wrote:Sprout,
Is it safe to say as long as you guys can slip a zip lock into the tournament lock to tamper proof it for the weekend its good? I have a Wolverine Storm.
As long as I can zip tie something that covers the regulator adjustment screw completely so that it can not be access you will be fine. I have seen some guys bring old prescription bottles with slots cut out so that they cover the holes. If it doesn't you don't play with that gun. Period. There is no wiggle room on this.
Understood. Thanks Sprout. The storm bottle regulator did come with a aluminum sleeve that can be zip tied over the adjustment screw. I'll triple check to make sure I have mine ready to go.
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