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Old 05-08-2001, 05:10 PM #1
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hi, i am gettin a new bushy soon and i need hlp with different options

here is what im getting

stock 2000 bushy
crossfire 88ci 3000psi nitro (is this adjustable or not? if not were can i find a 88ci tank for less than 300 that is adjustable?)
PMI perfect cradle(will this work with the tank and trigger frame)
lapco bigshot barrel(i shoot bigball)

also do u have select fire with stock bushy, and how many shots would i get off that tank? i read a reveiw that u dont get the screws to adjust the trigger is this true or not? if i dont were can i find these screws?

o ya for the tank if that one is not adjustable plz include what kind of dropfoward would work with the tank
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Old 05-09-2001, 03:49 AM #2
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I highly doubt the tank is adjustbale, and I'm not sure if Crossfire makes adjustables, but since I'm not sure I won't give you a positive answer.

The bushmaster or defiant comes standard with Semi, 3/6 shot burst, and Full auto (totaling 4 modes of fire).

I'd say approximately 700 shots with the stock reg.

Yes you get the screws, they come with the gun, however if by some chance you don't or you want an extra one or two in case you lose them, they are found at any local hardware store.

If you want a really loong drop forward that one should be fine, I think you need an asa adapter, or you could look into a warped sports (for a screw in), or a Kapp DZII and if it's a screw in get the asa adapter.
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Old 05-09-2001, 08:34 AM #3
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hmmmm....

what if i get one of the adjustable nitroduck tanks.like the one at bbtpaintball.com, if i got one of them with the cradle etc would it fit on the frame on the bushy? and anyone know how long the dropfoward is?

o ya what kind of dropfoward fits the raptor tanks i was also looking at those
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Your best bet would be two drops: Either a Kapp DZII, will fit raptors, nitroducks, and if you want you can get an asa adapter kapp makes for it to use presets, or you could get a rail drop like a shocktech that will work with a tank like a maxflow or AIR, any rail tanks (apoc, geddon, conquest), and you can put an asa adapter on that. If you get one of the adjustable tanks and set the output pressure to 450 psi or so you should be a happy camper.
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Old 05-11-2001, 07:54 AM #5
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Old 05-11-2001, 12:42 PM #6
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I have a hard time spending a ton of money on good nitrogen tanks. I would buy a preset tank and then spend the extra money you would have used to upgrade to a better HPR (gladiator or messiah).


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i was thinking about that, but what if i get another gun (mabey i dont know, ill have to get a job first) i can just use the adjustable tank and just adjust (it sounds simple)
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