Coming back to paintball after a VERY
long break, I intend to convert my old Stingray to HPA.
Indeed, here in Europe, air is available in every field and CO2 is now a bit hard to find...
If I remember well, liquid CO2 pressure on a warm day is around 800 PSI (~55 bar), but I think I'll need a regulator, because air from an air tank is 3000 to 5000 PSI.
And as I want to put a remote-line (is it possible to adapt a mamba to the "back orifice"
of a Stingray?), I guess the regulator must be connected to the tank's preset...?
What do you think about it?
Have anyone ever had such an exeprience?
By the way, I have doubts about the spring tension... maybe I should change it before starting the conversion?
I guess dedicated O rings are not available anymore, so if I have no other option, I may try plumbering O rings (rubber ones, of course), but I really don't like to do crappy stuff like that without having a clue about the impact on safety....
(Please forgive my poor English, as it's not my mothertongue... I never use online translator to avoid weird translations)