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PostPosted: Thu Apr 16, 2015 4:55 pm 
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Hi all !
I once saw a dude who hooked-up his pellet pistol on a paintball co2 tank ... feeding his gun straight from the tank and by-passing the 12gr bottle . the line was hooked under the gun on a quick release .
I'm trying to find set-ups like that and I find nothing. What are those set-ups called ?
That would be perfect for a plinking stand ...

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 16, 2015 6:33 pm 
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I believe that is a tethered or bulk set-up. Most of the parts can be found through paintball shops or you can check Scopes and Ammo. http://scopesandammo.com/storefront/ind ... parts-c-43


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 16, 2015 6:38 pm 
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Tinner wrote:
I believe that is a tethered or bulk set-up. Most of the parts can be found through paintball shops or you can check Scopes and Ammo. http://scopesandammo.com/storefront/ind ... parts-c-43

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Look for an old post of mine.....I put a setup like that on my Drozd.

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what pistol we talking about Boris...?

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notec wrote:
Look for an old post of mine.....I put a setup like that on my Drozd.

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Cool gun !


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Ace wrote:
what pistol we talking about Boris...?

I was thinking about a model Walther p99 blow-back or not ,I never tried one . Shooting .177 pellets.
I don't think the tank and tubes would be too expensive of a set-up . In the long run ,I bet there's a lot of $$ saved that I can spend on other tins of pellets ... And I really don't mind having a line hooked under the gun .
Someone must be set-up like that but strangely ,I researched a lot and I see almost nothing .

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I had a 2240 using the same method of co2 delivery, drilled a hole in the co2 tube, dummy cart and hpa line from a scrapped paintball gun to run it all... worked great! couldn't tell ya how many shots I got out of it but I know it was quite a few lol been toying with the idea of building another for plinking ;) once I finish my qb's... (if that ever happens...)

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I don't think you'd want to run a line on a Walther p99....it would make the p99 feel pretty awkward in the hand....but you might want to make a bulk fill adapter like this...and just top up your Co2 cart of a bigger bottle...

http://anotherairgunblog.blogspot.ca/20 ... karov.html

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