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From: JOHN PITTELLI <jplily-at-yahoo.com>
Subject: RE: What's up? [TANKS]
Date: Tue, 10 May 2005 20:22:57 -0700 (PDT)
Reply-To: tanks-at-rctankcombat.com

--- Robert Currie <rctanksrcool-at-yahoo.ca> wrote:
>> Does everyone have to open up there Tank to refill?

Yes. Generally everyone has either a panel to remove
on top of the turret, or remove the turret shell. If
you're out of co2, the bottle easily unscrews from the
line to the gun. You don't want to try and disconnect
if the bottle and lines are still pressurized. That's
why the on/off valve is important. If the tank is
still filled with gas, you turn off the valve, the
fire the gun until the line is empty. The bottle then
unscrews easily . 

>? I'm not sure I'm
> new to the paint ball part just an idea seems like a
> pain to tear down your Tank every time you need to
> refill or charge up batteries  

If you compartmentalize your tank, you can make those
chores easier. That way you might only have a few
bolts to disconnect to have access to a crucial
section,ie battery compartment, reload paint, or
change bottles.

I noticed that Will
> has a ball feeder in one of his Tanks 
> How is that working out in battle? less chance of
> ball getting stuck on there way to the gun? 
>Will's feeder seems to work fine as do the gravity
feed trays that everyone else is using.

John " the British are coming"Pittelli

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