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Thread: NO WAY! A HALO on a what?

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    NO WAY! A HALO on a what?

    Well, we were working on this gun, and we had to test it, and since I don't allow co2 in my house all I had to test it with was a HALO and a nitro tank....


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    hahha ur tank and your hopper are worth more than your gun

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    raptors rock man. visit the Brass Eagle Owners Group: http://www.BEOG.org

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    Thanks for the giggle ezrunner. There is nothing wrong with using the Halo and N2 bottle. Using those will allow you elimate the hopper and air source as a problem with the marker.

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    Don't allow CO2 in your house?

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    Yea why don't you allow Co2 in your house?

    I had a 50lb in my basement for a while, didn't see anything wrong with that...




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    CO2 has perfectly good uses in my house....on the Kegorator!


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    Originally posted by cphilip
    CO2 has perfectly good uses in my house....on the Kegorator!
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    hehe J/K
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    bahh, use some elbow grease pump it your self

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    I dont know if you mean this, but shooting c02 in a room can be dangerous. Once my friends were dry firing some c02 in the basement, and they got dead sick and they had to run outside
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    Originally posted by speedyejl
    bahh, use some elbow grease pump it your self
    The reason you do not use pumped air is that it makes it go flat in about 24 hours... CO2 keeps it carbonated...

    Reason you use air at a party keg is its easier and your going to drink it ALL within 24 Hours. So it realy doesn't matter then. Nothing left to go flat.

    Sounds like to me someone only Drinks Kegs at Parties. Wussy!

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    Originally posted by FalconGuy016
    I dont know if you mean this, but shooting c02 in a room can be dangerous. Once my friends were dry firing some c02 in the basement, and they got dead sick and they had to run outside
    It is an asphixiant Gas and its heavier than air and will pool up in low places and should be used in well ventilated areas.

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    Doesnt it choke off the air supply also? Such as in fire extinguishers, c02 takes takes the oxygen away from fires.

    (I didnt know if you meant that by "It is an asphixiant Gas" sorry if it is)

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    Yes... displacing normal air which contains oxygen (21%) with pure C02 which you cannot breath in or it will asphixiate you... You can and do breath in (and out) small percentages of CO2 but they are small. In high concentrations they will kill you.

    And yes it was used in some Fire Extingushers. But there are other things that will work for that also. It works by displacing the Oxygen to a level that combustion will not happen. If thats what you mean by "Chokes off"? But no it does not Bond with it and make it unavailable. It displaces it.

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    Your the wussy if you keep a keg around for more than a day.


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    Originally posted by speedyejl
    Your the wussy if you keep a keg around for more than a day.

    HEHE! I knew that one would come back at me!!!!

  17. It would take an awful lot of co2 from shooting to make a person sick or die. I know I vent and fill A LOT of tanks in my store in a day and have never even thought about getting sick from it
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    HALO B in clear=$150
    Raptor= like $79.ROTFLMFAO!

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    ...note to self...go by and pick up my Halo from Rob first thing tomorrow...

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    Brass Eagle guns with lots of expensive stuff on them look neat. That's why I have a Stingray with a Warp - http://www.boomspeed.com/folder504/WarpRay3.jpg
    I have no idea what to put in my sig.

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    Originally posted by folder504
    Brass Eagle guns with lots of expensive stuff on them look neat. That's why I have a Stingray with a Warp - http://www.boomspeed.com/folder504/WarpRay3.jpg
    wow, now that takes the ghetto cake.
    sigs are overrated.

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    Adding a Warp to any Marker improves the quality of the marker 10 fold.

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    Originally posted by speedyejl
    Your the wussy if you keep a keg around for more than a day.

    4 - 5 gal Soda kegs in the outside fridge. Then, usually 1-3 sitting in the bottom bathroom waiting for one of the others to run out.

    Oxygen makes beer go bad.

    Hard core is not waiting for that new batch of IPA to carbonate up before tapping into it (when you're a hophead you gotta have it...).

    Tom

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    You just took it to a level I don't want to touch lol

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    he/she probably took it off his/her main gun to make the thing look better, no need to wail . . . .

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    Originally posted by cphilip
    HEHE! I knew that one would come back at me!!!!
    Hardly. I think that if you, didn't a keg around for more than a day, you've got a serious problem.

    BTW, I have trouble drinking more than 4 gallons of water day... There's no way I can finish a keg in under a week. Well and keep my job.

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    Originally posted by .C.
    he/she probably took it off his/her main gun to make the thing look better, no need to wail . . . .
    Nope, I have it on the Ray most of the time. I don't like it on my Rainmakers because neither of them have foregrips so it's uncomfortable to hold and it makes them too heavy. And none of my other guns have bottomline adapters (2 other Rays, Tigershark, and PGP). An A-5 bottomline block is in the bottom of the grip frame of the Ray in that picture to hold it on.

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    well damn son
    "You dont need to be so shallow, turn your head prepare to follow"-CKY

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    one of my friends decided to play a game with a talon pump. he used a big nitro tank and a halo. it was quite funny.

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    My friend made his talon semi auto, now besides the awful shootdown he got on it (we are talking about 6bps max even after made everything as high flow as possible) we decided to buy a constant air adaptor for it. We put a 9oz in, the plastic threads inside the gun ripped after an hour.

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