ok... if i get a nitro tank bull dog 68/3000 why would i need a threadsaver? i thought once u put the tank in u never take it out even when ur done plaing because it would like u would have to replace something on it? if u tank the tank off im so confused
do you really want me to give a welt in the back of your head
You compressed tank threads are like a Co2 tank, you can remove it as you please. The thread saver protects the threads to keep them from getting damaged. they are a good buy for the protection you get.
You can leave your tank on if you want, but your gun will get all ****ed up because of it. The only two ways to prevent this is to either screw off the tank, and get a thread protector(it does help!!) or get an on/off adaptor. The only reason it will **** up the gun is that it lets the air that is in the tank into the gun and that is not good for it if it is in there for a long period of time.