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I like having my tank in the turret and it is good for a few hundred rounds,
my mag only hold around 15 at the moment, The reason my tank is in my turret
is so that it can revolve independant of the chassis, I run 2 recievers in
mine as well. There is no connection from the turret to my chassis, therefor
I can spin indefinately with no worries of tying things up.
>From: Ben Finnegan <paintball_sniper_t98-at-yahoo.com>
>Subject: Here's an Idea
>Date: Mon, 22 Dec 2003 18:20:47 -0800 (PST)
>The GTA Coiled Remote Line gives you the choice where the tank is stored.
>It can be connected right up to the valve, or to the co2 tank adapter for
>easy installation and removal. It also can let the co2 expand more before
>it enters the marker. This sounds like a pretty good idea to me and so you
>guys can quit placing the co2 tank in the turret and have a bigger co2
>tank. Some of the tanks that have the co2 in the turret are #T005 #T007 and
>http://www.tippmann.com/proshop/misc.asp - at the bottom of the page
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