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Wicked

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Post Mon Sep 25, 2006 1:58 pm

Gas at Bulldog

I am going to be flying to Texas, and have a couple weapons that use Green Gas and Hfc134a gas. I was wondering if there is anyone that is going to be selling these gases at Bulldog, so I can just buy it from them there. Thank you.

-Wicked
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Bear

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Post Mon Sep 25, 2006 2:00 pm

Are these pistols or rifles (ie. classics)? I've been running propane in my pistols for while now with no ill effects. Propane is cheap, readily available, and the Airsoft Innovation's adapters allow you to fill magazines.
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Eightball

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Post Mon Sep 25, 2006 2:28 pm

Just to second what Bear said I've also been using propane in my GBB pistols for well over 2 years. The adapter he mentioned can be found at www.airsoft-innovations.com for a mere $30 and those little Coleman propane tanks are less than $4 at any Wal-Mart. It won't take much time at all for the adapter to pay for itself.

If there are no retailers on site to take care of it then I am sure someone can manage to score some green gas for you and meet up. I'd be happy to do so if necessary.

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Wicked

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Post Mon Sep 25, 2006 3:07 pm

I have a western arms Infinity pistol, and a Maruzen M1100 shell ejecting shotgun. Both take Hfc134a gas. Don't know how I could readily fit a propane adapter to these, and make them work. 1st off, because putting too much pressure on the western arms will definitly screw it up, and to much pressure on the Maruzen will wear down the ejector and shell feeding system.
That's my only problem. I'll see what I can come up with to try to get some 134a gas down there for my guns
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Longshanks

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Post Mon Sep 25, 2006 5:27 pm

Wicked wrote:I have a western arms Infinity pistol, and a Maruzen M1100 shell ejecting shotgun. Both take Hfc134a gas. Don't know how I could readily fit a propane adapter to these, and make them work.


The adaptor connects to the propane tank (ie: you'll only need 1, not 1 for each GBB or Gas Rifle/Shotgun) - your existing gear does not get modified.


Longshanks out.
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AustinWolv

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Post Mon Sep 25, 2006 5:38 pm

For airsoft gas bottles, try contacting http://www.kastwayairsoft.com/
Rick may be able to help you out since I think he is attending.
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Eightball

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Post Mon Sep 25, 2006 5:50 pm

The only issues you may run into using propane are the exact same as using green gas since they are pretty much the same thing. If your gun is made for R134 then you may want to stay away from propane as a substitute. Rick Kastner ( www.kastwayairsoft.com ) will be at the OP as I saw his name on the roster.

-David
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shadownoc

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Post Tue Sep 26, 2006 11:42 am

yea Im flying and my side arm needs green gas, will there be venders????

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